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Liverpool Waterfront

From £153,386

   Net Yield: 6.94%
   In Construction
   Est. Q4 2024
   Lease Length: 200 Years

Project Highlights

West Waterloo Place is a brand-new luxury development on Liverpool’s Central Dock which offers a superb lifestyle in one of the UK’s most exciting cities. Located just a few minutes’ walk from the city centre, waterside living doesn’t get better than this.

Luxurious apartments featuring a mix of one and two bedroom apartments

Located within the £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme

A seamless extension of Liverpool’s Commercial Business District and its iconic world heritage waterfront

Low capital investment with huge potential capital and rental growth

Breath-taking sea view apartments available

Professional high-end smart apartments allow you to control your home with just a few clicks

Liverpool Waterfront

West Waterloo Place is one of Liverpool’s most exciting and innovative developments, offering waterside living of an exquisite standard, just minutes from the beating heart of the city. The first and second phases of this development sold out before completion, and we are proud to announce Phase 3 – The Mauretania. This is your unique opportunity to be part of this vibrant community and enjoy a luxury lifestyle in an enviable location.

Located on an island site between the Leeds Liverpool Canal and the famous River Mersey, with views out into Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea, these premium homes provide a sought-after sense of place and presence that is unique to Liverpool.

Each apartment is designed for comfort and to offer the ideal place to relax and a lifestyle that is second to none. These homes are spacious, bright and provided with only the best fixtures, fittings and furnishings to make life at West Waterloo Place something special. The design maximises the views over the water, and smart technology is installed to complete the picture of a sophisticated 21st century home.



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Liverpool Waterfront Construction Update - June 2024

 Construction is progressing well. Steel framing and external weatherboard are installed to Level 7, and brickwork is at Level 2. Internal walls are up to Level 4, M&E distribution is complete to Level 8.


Liverpool is known around the world for its culture, high-quality universities, its place at the heart of modern industry and its position as the UK’s gateway to the Atlantic Sea. This is a progressive city which more and more people are moving to every year.

The city features world-class galleries and museums, global sporting icons, a vibrant bar and restaurant scene and a beautiful waterfront that has achieved world heritage status. All of this and more will be right on your doorstep at West Waterloo Place. Take a river taxi to the Tate at the Albert Dock and stroll along the colonnades. Head to Bold Street for the vibrant bars and restaurants of the Ropewalks. Or simply stroll along one of the most famous waterfronts in the world.

Available Units

Take a look below to see the best units currently available in the stunning Embankment Exchange.


1 Bed Apartment
25% Deposit


2 Bed Apartment
25% Deposit
Prices From £265,330


2 Bed Duplex
25% Deposit
Prices From £354,663

Reasons to choose Liverpool

Why Buy in Liverpool?

1 – Unrivalled House Price Growth – House prices in the North West region have been predicted to increase by a whopping 28.8% by 2025 providing investors with high rental yields and strong capital appreciation.

2 – A Thriving Student Population – Home to over 96,200 students, Leeds is one of the biggest student cities in Europe. A 2020 report found that the ratio between the available supply of properties and demand for them stood at 1:5 making it perfect for investors.

3 – A Sensational Regeneration Hotspot – Leeds is one of the most important regeneration success stories of the 21st century. As the largest regional economy outside of London and growing twice as fast it’s the perfect place to live, work, and invest

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