- Grade ll Listed Student Accommodation Investment in Liverpool City Centre
- Circa 8% NET Assured Returns for 2 Years
- 20 Minutes’ Walk to Main University Campuses – Only a 5-minute Walk to the City Centre
- Fully Furnished High-spec Studio Apartments, En-suite Bathrooms and Integrated Kitchens – Boutique Style
- Communal Facilities – Games Areas, TVs
- Completed in September 2018 – 3 Year Tenancy Agreement Already in Place
- Liverpool Was the First UK City to Be Named European Capital of Culture
- High Increases in Student Numbers – Only 28% of Student Properties Meet Expectations
- Student Property: A Global Powerhouse Since 2015/2016
- Major Regeneration Plans – Ten Street to Become the New ‘Shoreditch’ of Liverpool
This Grade ll listed student development is situated in Stanley Street, Liverpool city centre, within walking distance to Liverpool’s university campuses, Liverpool Lime Street railway station and all local amenities, bars, restaurants and cultural attractions.
The fully managed development comprises of four floors and 39 furnished high-spec studio apartments providing a comfortable home for local and international students. It offers communal facilities, games areas with TVs and sofas, ideal for its residents to socialise with fellow students.
INVESTING IN LIVERPOOL
According to a study by Arcadis (2018), Liverpool is ahead of London, Manchester and almost all other UK cities as an investment destination. It embodies one of the UKs fastest growing economies. In terms of both GVA growth per capita and overall GVA growth, the Liverpool City Region economy is leading the Northern Powerhouse area. In 2015, Liverpool’s economy was worth £129,5 billion. The city comprises 252,000 businesses and 6 million customers.
New projects, such as the £1bn investment plan for the expansion of Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter turn Liverpool into a core destination for local and international companies to expand their businesses. The broader Liverpool City Region tourism economy now incorporates £4.3 billion supporting 51,500 jobs. Liverpool is a growing metropolis and was crowned the ‘Top Property Spot for Buy-to-Let Yields’ in the UK last year.
Moreover, in comparison with other UK cities, Liverpool already hosts over 34% international students. In addition, the regeneration plan for Ten Street is projected to majorly increase student numbers – Ten Street, close to Stanley Street, shall become the cultural quarter of Liverpool turning the area into an even more sought-after student destination.
Liverpool, located in North West England, is the fifth largest area in the UK. The city is not only famous for its two Premier League football clubs, but also recognised as a culture hub. Liverpool’s music scene is internationally renowned. Additionally, the city boasts plenty of museums and galleries, of which many are free to enter as well as fifteen theatres and halls. In 2008, Liverpool was the first UK city to be named European Capital of Culture. As a result, Liverpool is an increasingly attractive student destination, hence why student investment is the key to success in this region.
The Properties of the World team has visited Liverpool on various occasions – we are always excited to announce new investment prospects here!
‘This development is in a fantastic location, just around the corner from the famous ‘Cavern Club’ and all the hang outs of the Beatles, Cilla Black and Gary & the Pacemakers – international icons. I have walked these streets a number of time and am always thrilled and excited.’
Jean Liggett, Managing Director, Properties of the World
WHO ARE WE?
Properties of the World offers you integrity and professionalism from the beginning of the buying process right until the point of completion, providing support, guidance and a wealth of expertise in not only property, but also in sales, media, recruitment and the financial services industries. Collectively, the company boasts 60 years’ worth of blue chip experience.
As well as being members of the London Chamber of Commerce, the AIPP and covered by the Property Ombudsman Scheme, we are also an official contributor to the 2017 Parliamentary Review thanks to the RT Hons Philip Hammond’s – Chancellor of the Ex-Chequer’s – kind invitation for our participation. The occasion was marked with an annual gala hosted by the BBC’s Andrew Neil at the Palace of Westminster in October 2017, which we thoroughly enjoyed attending.