Compromising 129 apartments in total; consisting of 51 x 1 bedroom apartments, as well as 78 2 bedroom apartments; Park Central is the second of the residential schemes to be developed at Liverpool Waters. Representing an exciting and enviable opportunity to purchase an apartment in the centre of the transformation of Liverpool's Docklands. With Quay Central (the first of the residential schemes) finishing ahead of schedule, Park Central will be close behind and is due to be build complete in late spring 2020.
Anticipated to be a high quality new-build residential development is the development. It will offer an array of stylish one and two bedroom apartments; two bedroom apartments will also benefit from en-suite shower rooms. Furthermore some apartments will benefit from magnificent views towards the Liver Buildings or across Prospect Park at Central Waters. Available at extra cost is parking.
Liverpool Waters is the most exciting regeneration project within the Northern Powerhouse initiative. With a master plan to transform the Northern Docks into a fantastic waterfront district of residential, commercial and leisure facilities. The plan will create 166,000sqm of office space. As well as 25,000sqm area worth of restaurants and bars; all set around an impressive green space with views of the River Mersey.
Living in the heart of Liverpool Waters offers you the opportunity to explore an urban lifestyle coupled with all of the culture this historic city has to offer. If you are looking to explore the cultural side of the City take a stroll on to The Albert Dock and visit the Tate Gallery; or the Maritime Museum and The International Slavery Museum. There is also plentiful options for shoppers from the The Liverpool One Shopping Centre to the boutique arcades of the Cavern Walks. Furthermore with the vast array of stylish eateries on Castle Street and The Business District; you are spoilt for choice for dining out options. Liverpool truly does have something for everyone.
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