Developer Nexus Residential starts work on £35m scheme in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool that will offer 174 apartments. Tony McDonough reports
Work has started on a new £35m residential development just outside Liverpool city centre.
Nexus Residential’s Central Park scheme will offer 174 apartments on the site in the Baltic Triangle. Due for completion in the first quarter of 2025, includes a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with hotel-style reception and concierge.
As well as a private roof terrace for residents, the development will also include cycle storage, secure underground car parking and a gym. £1m has been invested into an adjoining public piazza inspired by the Royal Albert Dock.
Nexus claims Central Park has been designed with sustainability at the forefront. The development is set to include solar panels, electric vehicle chargers, heat recovery systems, LED lighting and air source heat pumps.
Nexus has appointed Legacie, a Liverpool developer in its own right, as the main contractor on the scheme in Brassey Street. It will be promoted by international sales agent RW Invest.
Director of Nexus Residential, Michael Gledhill, said: “Central Park is bringing luxury, first-rate living to the Baltic Triangle with world-class, eco-friendly facilities.
“Nexus Residential is proud to create a centralised residential island within the Baltic Triangle, which is quickly becoming one of the most desirable places to live in the UK.
“The residential island, including the £1m piazza, offers professional surroundings with refined amenities covering work, leisure, and everything in between.”