Parliament Square Construction Updates
Parliament Square Development Progress
Parliament Square is the first ever skyscraper to launch in the Baltic Triangle, a cool and clear-cut district of Liverpool city centre. Luxury residential apartments with New York-style interiors, terraces with beautifully curved glass balustrades and a range of outstanding onsite facilities make up this striking new apartment tower complete with an extraordinary façade. The glistening panelled architecture will be a landmark on Liverpool’s rapidly changing skyline.
The facilities are what make this development stand out from the rest, with the same quality amenities of a five-star hotel. A rooftop swimming pool and spa steal the show whilst there is also a private gym, cinema, top grade office spaces and a Wi-Fi lounge. A courtyard lined with bars and restaurants forms the communal heart of the development and the 24-hour concierge works around the clock to satisfy the needs of tenants living in the apartments.
Views of the stunning Anglican Cathedral can be seen from the best apartments, as well as the waterfront and city centre. This will be one of the highest view-points in the city topped with a multi-million-pound penthouse apartment adding to the luxury feel of the development. Apartments start from as low as £94,950 which is an amazing deal for the highly regenerating area, with 7% NET rental returns assured for the first year of your buy to let investment.
The estimated completion date for Parliament Square is Q4 2020. Keep up to date with the latest Parliament Square construction update for regular progress summaries.
Invest in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle
After receiving over £128 million in transformative investment, the regeneration of the Baltic Triangle continues with £62 million on site and a further £600 million firmly in the pipeline for the area of Liverpool city centre. It’s being developed by LDA Design who worked on regenerating London 2012’s amazing Olympic Park. The regeneration specialists are working to expand the area which is already established as a flourishing tech business hub, transformed from the derelict warehouses and yards which came before. Now home to creative and digital firms from music producers to web designers, it’s been compared to the Silicon Roundabout of London and California’s Silicon Valley and has been voted the coolest place to live in the UK.
There’s a cluster of trendy bars, cafés and restaurants as this part of the city centre is now a hotspot for nightlife and food finds. There are also plans for a brand-new hotel worth over £70 million, and over 500,000 extra square feet of high-quality commercial space as this regeneration zone becomes a major residential hub of the city.
It’s by far the most lucrative place to invest in buy to let within Liverpool at the moment, whilst property prices remain low but still benefit from immense capital appreciation. Average house prices have risen by over 20% in the Baltic Triangle over the last five years and this healthy increase is predicted to continue amidst the future regeneration plans taking place.