One Baltic Square Development Progress
One Baltic Square presents an unrivalled buy to let opportunity in Liverpool city centre, with 296 residential apartments spread out across five individual buildings. Brought together by a central piazza, the development features five rooftop terraces decorated with amazing floral archways and panoramic views over to the UNESCO waterfront. There are also onsite commercial units, including bars and restaurants.
The iconic architecture will mirror that of the Royal Albert Dock, which is just minutes away from this location. Prices start from just £121,950, which is remarkably below market value considering the quality of this investment. A 7% NET rental return is assured for one year by the developer, who has a strong track record in developing Liverpool property. One Baltic Square is located 160 metres away from the famous Baltic Market, 325 metres from the prestigious Yacht Club, and 1.6km away from Liverpool One shopping centre.
Developed by YPG, this renowned development company local to One Baltic Square has over 60 years in combined experience. One Baltic Square is estimated to complete in Q2 2020. You can keep up to date with all the latest construction news from the site via the frequent One Baltic Square Construction Updates, which are posted to the website on a regular basis.
#1 Liverpool Investment
One Baltic Square presents the #1 opportunity to invest in the city of Liverpool. With below market value prices, you can own real estate in the city centre from just £121,995. Located in the popular Baltic Triangle area, One Baltic Square is right in the middle of a £790 million regeneration zone just minutes from the UNESCO waterfront. A new £70 million hotel, brand-new residential schemes worth over £45 million and 500,000 square foot of extra commercial space. Plus, an expansion of the Baltic Creative business hub by 170,000 square feet are just some of the grand plans for this exciting new district. It’s the official coolest place to live in the UK, as voted for by The Times, blending a unique culture with a digital business hub set to become the new Silicon Roundabout of Liverpool.
Repeatedly hailed as a great place to work and live in the UK, the Baltic Triangle area features a growing tech hive, with over 500 digital businesses. Many of these companies (and the surrounding quirky attractions such as boutique restaurants and shops) inhabit the abandoned factories and warehouses of yesteryear, retrofitting the area with a new financial purpose to drive it into the future.
Capturing the same burgeoning passion and creative melting pot of ideas that was once held exclusively by London, many young creatives and technically minded graduates have their sights set on working in this area, thus increasing both the demand for luxury city centre living and investment opportunity as a result. With over 23,000 jobs created in this area, One Baltic Square poses a more-than suitable answer to this housing question.