Prices from £75,950
8% NET Rental Return
In £2bn Knowledge Quarter
Fabric District Residence is the latest residential development by YPG. It is located in the heart of Liverpool’s up and coming Fabric District and next to the new £335 Million Royal University Hospital. The development will consist of 208 fully managed studio and micro-apartments, spread over 9 floors, to cater to the increasing demand for high-quality residential property in Liverpool.
Luxury City Living at an affordable Price
The development will offer residents the very best of city living at an affordable price with floor to ceiling windows and a free high-spec furniture pack included – while giving investors 8% Net Rental Return. The Islington Stakeholders Group (ISG) are eager to see what they feel has been a largely forgotten part of the Knowledge Quarter reach its full potential. The vision is for the Fabric District to become a thriving mixed-use destination, where start-ups can work alongside established family businesses and people of all ages can live and enjoy an eclectic mix of shops, bars, restaurants and public art.
Highest Returns in the City
Fabric District Residence offers investors one of the highest and longest assured net rental returns in the city of Liverpool. With a yield of 8%, investors can enjoy a strong return throughout the initial years of the investment and generate a significant and secure income.
After the assured period is over, Liverpool city centre’s high demand for property will cement this high level of rental income well into the future. The population is one of the fastest growing in the UK and these unique micro apartments will remain appealing for years to come.
Developed by YPG
YPG is a specialist regeneration company, which is collaborative, innovative and dynamic.
With over £210M worth of projects in development across the UK, and a proven track record with a history of developments in Liverpool itself, YPG are the perfect developer for bringing much-needed high-quality residential property to the city. Their luxury build quality and standard will ensure that developments such as the Fabric District Residence stand out as exceptional alongside the other regeneration in the area, benefitting from Liverpool’s history while contributing to the surrounding economic growth.
We at RWinvest have worked closely with YPG on a number of different property developments since 2014, all of which have been successfully built, completed and tenanted.
Transport Links to Fabric District Residence
Liverpool City Centre
- - 6min by car
- - 15min by foot
Liverpool Lime Street Train Station
- - 4min by car
- - 9min by foot
Royal Albert Dock
- - 10min by car
- - 25min by foot
- - 8min by foot
Why Invest in Liverpool?
A Property Hotspot
Once an industrial northern city, Liverpool’s economy has diversified and blossomed into a property investment hotspot. Economic growth is increasing year on year by £1.6 billion, with population growth also rapidly increasing. Recognised as a major player in the Northern Powerhouse, the city is now a favourable destination with high rental yields surpassing those in southern regions.
Cash investments into numerous sectors have led to transformative regeneration schemes such as the £960 million Liverpool ONE shopping complex. This spurred more projects in the area such as the L2 Superport, Baltic Triangle and current Liverpool Waters development costing £5.6 billion.
A Desirable Location for Living and Working
Both UK and international investors are drawn to Liverpool’s streets for residential and student property investments. With house prices in central urban zones set to rise each year, investors can benefit from capital appreciation on property values in the long term.
This project is a hidden gem away from the racked and stacked approach taken by many developers in modern city centres. Set in the most affluent area of Merseyside home to many of the “movers and shakers” of Liverpool, this suburban sanctuary is one not to be missed by investors looking for solid yields and huge appreciation potential.Bradley Ashley, RWinvest