Developer Legacie releases new CGI images of its latest £25m Liverpool residential development with construction work close to the maximum 16-storey height. Tony McDonough reports
New CGI images have been released showing how the £25m One Park Lane development on the edge of Liverpool city centre will look when complete.
Legacie Developments is making progress on the scheme as it nears the 16th storey – and highest point – of construction. Located on the corner of Park Lane and Liver Street it will offer a mix of 90 one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
Legacie is also building 620 units on the historic Heap’s Rice Mill site surrounding One Park Lane, with a total gross development value of £140m. International sales agent RWinvest has once more promoted the scheme.
Legacie has already delivered a string of successful projects across Liverpool including the £90m Parliament Square scheme.
Chief executive John Morley said: “This is another flagship site for Legacie which continues to reinvigorate areas of Liverpool left vacant for too long.
“Our track record of successful developments, completed on time, is second to none across the North West, and One Park Lane is no exception.
“This site will bring luxury living to an iconic area of Liverpool city centre and I am proud of the quality we are delivering.
“One Park Lane combines beautifully with the modern surrounds of the historic Albert Dock and adds further elegance to Liverpool’s skyline.”