A bright, exciting city that’s quickly becoming one of the most talked about in the UK, Liverpool has a lot to offer. Not only does it have one of the best student populations in the country, with a vibrant nightlife to match, and some of the strongest footballing sides in the entirety of Europe currently, but its property prices and rental yields are some of the best nationwide – fantastic news for those looking to invest in the city going forward.
Interested to find out more on the growth and future of Liverpool? Here are a few examples of future buildings and developments to get excited about as an entrepreneur, investor, or even future tourist.
Parliament Square (Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle)
A thriving technology hub in Liverpool that has been named ‘the UK’s coolest place to live’, and compared to London’s Shoreditch on many occasion, the Baltic Triangle area is no doubt going to be a large staple of the city for years to come. Not only do young professionals and entrepreneurs looking to work in the digital sector flock there, but its eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and social spaces make it a rival to Liverpool’s city centre as the nightlife ‘place to be’.
The already in-progress Parliament Square, from developer Legacie and investment company RWinvest, offers luxury apartments at a vantage point in Liverpool, only a stone’s throw from both the city centre and the digital hub, with the business district also easily accessible despite being at the other end of the city. This is one of the ongoing development projects in the city that aims to capitalise on the growing need for high-end accomodation, and features amenities such as a pool and spa area.
One Baltic Square (Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle)
Another development on offer from the investment firm is One Baltic Square, another forward-thinking, modern off-plan property development that benefits from being in an ideal location going forward. Right on the doorstep of Cain’s Brewery within the Baltic Triangle, and still within walking distance of the city centre and other areas of Liverpool, both of these developments are well connected, and will no doubt be popular spots to be going forward as the spaces surrounding them continue to grow and thrive.
Bramley Moore Dock Stadium
Liverpool’s Merseyside rivals have been behind the Premier League-winning reds for a while at this point, but with the plans for a state-of-the-art stadium in the pipeline, as well as a promising start to the 20/21 Premier League season, things are starting to look up for the toffees. Moving out of their historic Goodison Park stadium, Everton will eventually move into a state-of-the-art, waterfront stadium, with modern facilities, more space for fans/players, and a classic design that references the history of Liverpool’s dock.
With updated plans submitted, construction is expected to begin in 2021 for the new football ground, and the stadium will hold 52,888 – more than the attendance record set for Everton in 1962. Much like many other aspects of the city, these plans show the growth and success that is surely set to come to the city of Liverpool in the future.