- A Range of Stylish 1 & 2 Bed Apartments & 2 Bed Townhouses
- 7.5% Assured NET Yield for Year 1
- Priced from £120,000
- Baltic Triangle Location – Supported and Enhanced by £190m Regeneration
- Rooftop Terrace with Stunning Views over Liverpool
- Part of HS2 Rail for Faster Journey Times to Manchester and Liverpool
- Liverpool is no. 1 in Capital Growth in the UK – 7.5% year-on-year (source Hometrack)
Baltic Place, situated in Liverpool’s Creative Quarter, the Baltic Triangle, offers 1 & 2 bed apartments and 2 bed townhouses. These apartments offer luxurious space and comfort whilst retaining a modern, minimalist look. Residents will benefit from a contemporary fully fitted kitchen, stylish and chic living rooms and bedrooms, a luxury bathroom and a balcony fitted with a polished concrete floor and chrome light fittings.
Featured in this development is access to a rooftop balcony with spectacular views of the River Mersey and city skyline. Other amenities include access to 24Hr concierge and secure underground parking and cycle storage. The development’s location, being within walking distance to the city centre is ideal for professionals looking for homes close to work.
This development is located in the Baltic Triangle, one of Liverpool’s fastest growing districts, and is known as one of the hippest areas in the city.
Positioned between numbers of the city’s most strategic regeneration investments, the development is in close proximity to Liverpool City Enterprise Zone and the Knowledge Quarter Mayoral Development Zone. This area is also attracting high interest from creative and digital sectors.
Liverpool currently has an economy worth more than £149bn, and has firmly established itself as an investment hotspot. Investors can expect to see high capital growth and high rental yields of 7%, compared to London which averages 3%. This is driven by an ongoing demand for high quality accommodation.
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 recognized as a culture hub. Liverpool’s music scene is internationally renowned.
Additionally, the city boasts plenty of museums and galleries, for instance the Walker Art Gallery, which is the national gallery of the North. As well as being a UNESCO World City of Music, Liverpool was the first UK city to be named European Capital of Culture in 2008.