Legacie Developments is converting the former Reliance House office building into 139 one, two and three-bedroom apartments with partner Ascot Property Group securing overseas investment
New images have been released of a £22m residential development in Liverpool’s Water Street which has sold out even before it has been completed.
Legacie Developments is converting the former Reliance House office building into 139 one, two and three-bedroom apartments with joint sales partner Ascot.
Specialising in the sensitive conversion of historic buildings, Legacie has operated in the North West for more than 20 years. The firm’s Marie Campbell said: “The new images showcase the true extent of the high-end finish we have produced. The apartments are emblematic of our company’s true blueprint, which is all about the quality of a development.”
The partner company working with Legacie to attract investment, Ascot Property Investments, has secured more than £22m of overseas funding. Ascot acts as agents for some of Britain’s biggest developers and, since launching in 2014, has quickly established a reputation as one of the leading players in the investment field after building a global funding network.
Ascot Property Group director, Stuart Howard, added: “Brand Liverpool is still so dominant on the world stage, and I think it’s important we sustain the current popularity with residential schemes like this if we are to deliver vital economic growth in the city over the next decade.”