No.1 Hatton Garden is a former office building that is soon to be transformed into luxury city centre residential apartments. Perfect for young professionals and couples, each apartment will radiate a homely feel without compromising on space or style.
Situated on Hatton Garden this quiet area is sandwiched between the Georgian Quarter, Retail Core and Commercial District making it a perfectlocation for city centre living.
There are already a number of wellestablished long term residential communities on and adjacent to Hatton Gardens supplemented by a range of local amenities such as coffee shops, convenience stores, gyms and doctor’s surgeries. Within three minutes’ walk of Hatton Garden occupants can tap directly into everything the city centre has to offer and the green space of St Johns garden is within 100m with the World Heritage Waterfront 500m in the opposite direction.
The location has excellent transport links by road, rail and bus with Lime Street Station being only 4 minutes’ walk away, taking you directly to Manchester in 30 minutes and into London in under 2 hours.
The location has excellent transport links by road, rail and bus with Lime Street Station being under 2 hours.
Luxury apartments in the Heart of Liverpool
The apartments will comprise of studio, one and two bedrooms and come with the opportunity to purchase on-site secure car parking spaces. The apartments are designed to high standard complete with fully fitted kitchens , hydro massage baths, halogen lighting throughout. The upper floors will boast open views extending across Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool's Economy Has Grown an Astonishing 71.8% since 1995
Liverpool’s economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the UK with an annual growth rate of 15%. This is due to several factors one of which is a booming property market in both the residential al and leisure sectors along with a thriving tourism economy. Over 28,000 skilled people are employed in the business services sector across Liverpool. The city is a hub for international trade boasting one of the most active ports in the UK. Liverpool furthermore has a reputation as a world-class centre forwealth management. Liverpool has a constant focus on inward investment. One of the main examples of this is the £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters project. It entails developing the city’s historic docklands area into a new commercial and residential district. Liverpool has several prestigious universities which collectively serve over 50,000 students. The city has a growing and thriving economy with a GVA of £9.15bn, the most productive city outside of London. This means the city boasts significant and varied employment prospects forgraduates.