The New Residential Square Inside Liverpool’s Most Famous Triangle
The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool has a new residential development in the shape of One Baltic Square. Apartments are arranged over five individual buildings to form a kind of ‘urban village’ in the heart of this creative city quarter. An Italian inspired grand piazza is designed with beautiful water features whilst five rooftop gardens are complete with floral arches and enjoyable green spaces. Prices start at only £121,950 with an assured NET rental return of 7% for 1 year.
In what has been crowned Liverpool’s coolest place to live by The Times and a nominated project by the Merseyside Independent Business Awards, the Baltic Triangle is in a prime location in the city centre running alongside the iconic waterfront, with key areas such as the Georgian and Knowledge quarters also close by. Recently undergoing a regeneration scheme worth £190 million and with another £600 million in the pipeline, the historically industrial Baltic Triangle has been transformed into a multi-use destination where old warehouse buildings become home to over 2,000 professionals, 500 businesses and countless leisure facilities.
Focusing on creative and digital industries, the Baltic Triangle forms an eclectic hub for living, working and enjoying. Tenants can choose from a wide selection of Baltic Triangle bars to drink in, with an unrivalled arts and music scene putting this district on the map for culture and nightlife. Baltic Triangle restaurants such as the famous Baltic Market are situated directly adjacent to One Baltic Square to underscore just how central this newly launched property is.
- Below Market Value Prices
- Assured Yields for First Year
- The Times’ Coolest Place to Live
- Central Italian Piazza
- Super-Fast Wi-Fi Connection
- Experienced Developer
An Investment in Liverpool
An investment in the Liverpool Baltic Triangle is an investment in a world-renowned city for buy to let property. With a city centre population of nearly 30,000 people twice the size of the demographic a decade ago, paired with 75% of these individuals being aged between 17 and 29, tenant demand for residential property is higher than ever. With an array of business hubs and commercial districts to offer and a tech sector boasting 79% growth potential for the future, more young professionals than ever are heading to central city zones for luxury accommodation close to work.
Liverpool is prospering every step of the way, with an economic worth of £149 billion deeming it the fastest UK economy for growth. Regeneration projects such as the £5.6 billion Liverpool Waters, £2 billion Knowledge Quarter and the £400 million L2 Superport are symbols for this city’s ambitious plans to become a leading 21st-century investment destination. The surrounding development is aiding maximum capital growth on local property whilst also increasing rental yields to push Liverpool’s postcodes to number one in Britain for returns on buy to let investments.