Park Central is the second phase of Central Docks in Liverpool. This buy-to-let residential development brings 129 contemporary one and two bedroom apartments across 13 floors. Each unit also benefits from uninterrupted views of parkland or the riverway towards the city centre.
Park Central - Location Details
Liverpool is expected to have a 17.5% property price uplift between 2018 and 2020, with 100,000 new jobs forecasted over the next 25 years. Following in the footsteps of the Albert Docks, Liverpool Waters is a £5 billion redevelopment masterplan, set to transform the city’s historic northern docks. The redevelopment of Liverpool Waters is set to create a 150-hectare waterfront quarter with residential, commercial and leisure facilities.
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Park central is perfectly located within the £5 billion Liverpool Waters scheme, directly opposite the new 12-acre park on the new £9 million boulevard. The 12-acres of parkland has been designed to be the vocal point of Central Docks, where businesses, entertainment and leisure spaces will create a central point of Liverpool Waters.
Then street creative district – 1 minute
Ferry Port – 3 minutes
Royal Albert Docks – 10 minutes
City Moorfields station – 16 minutes
Liverpool James Street station – 20 minutes
Liverpool city centre – 20 minutes
Key to the success and growth of Pure Investor in recent years has been our location on the outskirts of Manchester. Strategically located to offer all our consultants easy access to Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds, we are regular visitors to all the major property developments within the key Northern Powerhouse destinations.
We are passionate about the growth and development within these locations, ensuring our consultants have a high level of expertise regarding the development opportunities within these key growth areas. For this reason, many investors choose to speak with Pure Investor first when considering property investment in the North England.
We genuinely believe in working with our clients, providing a high quality of service and information, allowing our clients to make their decision on a more informed basis. As a result of this, an increasing number of investors are choosing to return and utilise our services on an ongoing basis. This is something we are incredibly proud of, and which we are looking to continually improve on in the future.
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