ELEMENT - The Quarter
Nexus Residential is the developer behind a new concept – ELEMENT. ELEMENT is a new brand of developments offering co-living spaces and eco-friendly, sustainable technologies across prime cities of the UK. All developments set to be released under ELEMENT have low service charge and high rental returns for investors due to the eco-aspect of every project.
ELEMENT – The Quarter is the first scheme to be released. Located in Liverpool city centre’s Knowledge Quarter, this collection of luxury apartments is tailored to both professionals and postgraduates alike, meaning there is a huge tenant pool available. With outstanding facilities designed to bring tenants together, a roof terrace, cinema, games room and gym are all but a few amenities enhancing the social side of this unique, co-living development.
The state-of-the-art systems at ELEMENT – The Quarter Liverpool include solar panels, LED senor lighting, rainwater collection and recycling, a mechanical ventilation heat recovery system and an air source heat pump. There are even electric car charging points and a car share club which not only reduces emissions further but allows residents to meet other residents, with many set to be new to the city, starting new jobs and degrees.
Located in the Knowledge Quarter, ELEMENT – The Quarter is a wise choice for a Liverpool investment. The Knowledge Quarter already has £1 billion of investment delivered, with a further £1 billion currently in the pipeline, and another £1 billion anticipated for 5 years’ time. This makes now the right time to invest in Liverpool and buy in an amazing city centre zone where capital appreciation is forecast to spike in the upcoming years.
There are plans for the world’s oldest railway terminus to be reopened in Paddington Village, an integral part of the Knowledge Quarter’s 2025 masterplan. The opening of this train station could increase property prices in the local area by as much as 30%.
ELEMENT – The Quarter also benefits from being situated 80m (directly opposite) the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital which is costing £1.1 billion. It is due to complete in 2022, the same year as ELEMENT – The Quarter. Thousands of new doctors, nurses and office staff will require accommodation close to the hospital, and this development is perfectly placed on the other side of the road.
Liverpool Lime Street station, Liverpool ONE shopping centre and a number of bars and restaurants are also easily accessible from ELEMENT – The Quarter.
Apartments in ELEMENT – The Quarter start from £92,950 and assure an 8% NET rental return, making it a very attractive way to invest in Liverpool. It’s one of the lowest priced but highest yielding investments in Liverpool, and offers incredibly high quality due to it being constructed by Legacie Contracts – a close partner of Nexus Residential. Legacie has constructed a number of Liverpool property investments as well as famous builds across the hospitality industry, including Marco Pierre White Restaurants, Hotel Indigo in Birmingham and other internationally renowned hotel brands. Legacie Contracts have in fact installed several of the same eco-technologies being implemented in ELEMENT into many hotels, making them highly skilled in this area.
Apartments at ELEMENT- The Quarter Liverpool can be managed by the experienced management and lettings company, or alternatively, investors can manage and let out the apartment themselves, or live in it as a primary residence. This is a very flexible Liverpool investment.
An exciting bonus of investing in this development is that for every unit purchased, 100 trees will be planted in the Amazon Rainforest to further combat any carbon emissions from the development, despite its aim to reach zero. Investors will receive an official certificate to verify that their investment has resulted in the plantation of 100 trees, helping to restore the forest and the habitats, biodiversity and communities that rely on it.
- Prices from £92,950
- 8% NET Rental Return
- First Co-Living Eco Development in Liverpool
- In £2 Billion Knowledge Quarter
- Low Service Charge