L1 Boutique
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ELEMENT – The Quarter

LIVERPOOL
TYPE CO-LIVING / YIELD 8% NET Assured / STATUS New Launch
 

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Friday, 14 September 2018 19:00

L1 Boutique


L1 Boutique


OVERVIEW

A stunning refurbishment of an 18th century Grade II listed building, L1 Boutique in the RopeWalks area of Liverpool has especially created to meet the demands of modern, residential living. Its address is lucky enough to possess the prestigious L1 postcode and benefits from low prices from £134,995 paired with high rental returns of 7%. The highest standard of boutique design has been implemented to complement preserved features such as characteristic windows, vibrant skylights, brick archways and spiral staircases.

The location is perfect, including being in close proximity to four major train stations (one with direct links to London). There’s also the bohemian gems on Bold Street just moments away, which has been partly pedestrianised for maximum consumer satisfaction. Lines of hipster shops and diverse restaurants lead up to the iconic St Lukes Church where events are regularly held amongst the unique architecture.


Liverpool City Centre Investment

Liverpool is a city experiencing growth in all areas, especially prominent in the city centre. Its postcodes are ranked number one in the UK for rental yields, its properties are competitively priced, and its potential for capital appreciation is simply unimagined. Once crowned the ‘Capital of Culture’, the old, industrial city has been immensely regenerated with over £14 billion in capital still currently flowing through innovative redevelopment schemes.
The £960 million Liverpool ONE shopping centre in the centre of Liverpool was the catalyst for future projects now taking shape. The £5.6 billion Liverpool Waters plan on the waterfront, the £190 million Baltic Triangle, £2 billion Knowledge Quarter plus further investment into the £100 million RopeWalks and other key city centre zones has totally reshaped the city and made it a hotspot for buy to let property investment.
Liverpool has an unrivalled mercantile and maritime history, an established music and art culture and is now a key player in UK property investment with the best opportunities in Britain emerging from its many, iconic streets.

 

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Saturday, 27 January 2018 10:21

City Terraces


City Terraces


OVERVIEW

A new development in collaboration with RWinvest and Nexus Residential provides the ultimate residential accommodation for Liverpool tenants. City Terraces is situated slightly south of the city centre with access to all of Liverpool’s newly regenerated sites such as the Baltic Triangle and RopeWalks area. The apartments at City Terraces are also just a stone’s throw from the dynamic docks zone where museums and lively bars provide a historical and fun day out.

A total of 34 apartments comprised of studios, 1-bed and 2-bed layouts are spread over 4 floors. Each unit is fully managed and designed to compete with the growing demand for superior residential properties in Liverpool.

Apartment prices start at £82,995 and assure a NET rental return of 7% for buy to let investors.

INVESTMENT

City Terraces apartments come equipped with top-quality furnishings to offer its tenants a premium living experience within an urban oasis.

This ‘turnkey’ investment opportunity in Liverpool is within short walking distance from the stunning waterfront where a £5.6 billion regeneration scheme will transform the docklands area. This destination for living, working and socialising is just a matter of minutes from the City Terraces development.

Some apartments come complete with a stylish, private balconies that overlook Liverpool’s spectacular city landscape including the iconic Liverpool Cathedral and River Mersey.

DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW

  • Prices from £82,995
  • Studio 1 and 2 Bed Apartments
  • 7% Net Rental Return
  • Walking Distance to Liverpool Docks
  • Experienced Development Team
 

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