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First Boxpark Outside of London Opens its Doors in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle

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    Baltic Triangle’s Growth Continues with Exciting New Launch

    Boxpark, one of London’s most popular food market brands, has finally launched its first-ever Boxpark-branded location outside of London. The long-awaited Boxpark Liverpool opened its doors on 19th April 2024.

    Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle district, recently named the ‘coolest’ neighbourhood in the UK by TimeOut, has been selected as the most fitting location for the venue. The area has gained a reputation for an independent and creative spirit, perfectly fitting the eclectic food market’s atmosphere.

    Liverpool’s Boxpark will be home to eight local traders, who have already announced a long list of spring events to look forward to. The Boxpark company has agreed a 15-year lease with Cains Brewery for the venue, and the £5 million project is expected to create 150 new jobs in the area, furthering investment in Liverpool.

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      Boxpark Liverpool Transforms Historic Canning Hall into a Culinary Hub

      The venue is the historic Canning Hall at Cains Brewery Village, and it has been fully revamped to contain Boxpark’s dining hall, events space, mezzanine, and outside terrace.

      The eight kitchens and one kiosk will offer diverse dishes from independent Liverpool businesses, including some already well-loved names and other newer ventures. The chosen traders are Crazy Pedro’s, Rose Street Falafel from the founders of Maray, Madre Burrito, SHAKE?, Simply Salt N Pepper, Pukht, Yoki Social Table and Yum Cha.

      The opening is marked with a festival launch programme and spring events lineup that can be viewed on the Boxpark events page.

      Mayor of the Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram said: “The Baltic Triangle is one of the area’s great urban regeneration success stories and is now a hub of vibrant and creative venues.”

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      The Rise of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle

      Rising from the ruins of a derelict urban wasteland, the Baltic Triangle is one of Liverpool’s most recent and impressive regeneration success stories.

      Fifteen years ago, this area consisted of abandoned shipping warehouses, but it is now one of the city’s most popular culture and leisure quarters, home to independent businesses, small galleries, skateparks, and one of Liverpool’s most exciting food, drink, and nightlife scenes.

      With Boxpark’s grand opening comes a reminder that this area’s growth and development are far from over.

      According to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, there are big plans to improve transport links in this area, with a new railway station in the works and enhanced pedestrian and cycle routes.

      This area’s incredible growth has also impacted the local property market, drawing in off-plan property developers for ambitious new-build residential projects such as One Baltic Square, The Mill, and Central Park.

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      Jessica is a property content writer at RWinvest. Keeping a close eye on the UK property market, Jessica helps our readers stay informed and up to date on the latest market news and statistics.