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GROSVENOR SQUARE, LIVERPOOL

Nine Floors of Luxury Living Set Against a Stunning Liverpool City Centre Backdrop

Home to 310 apartments over 9 floors and across four buildings, Grosvenor Square is designed with a sense of community in mind surrounded by landscaped gardens and just a short distance from Liverpool City Centre, Waterloo Dock and the iconic River Mersey.

All aspects of Grosvenor Square have been designed to create a premium living space where residents can enjoy a mix of urban living and working.

Grosvenor Square, Liverpool - Gallery

Grosvenor Square - Floor Plan Layouts

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One bedroom apartment

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Two bedroom apartment

Grosvenor Square, Liverpool - Key Facts at a Glance

  • 310 Luxury apartments

  • 1 / 2 - apartments, with parking available

  • Deposit protection bond in place

  • 999 year lease

  • Ground rent 0%

  • 10 minutes from Liverpool's waterfront

  • 5 minutes to Lime Street Station.

Liverpool is evolving at an incredible speed: exploring new markets, developing new technologies, pioneering new ways to do business. Attracting and retaining the brightest and best talent. A city in the right place, at the right time. Liverpool is a city of opportunity that understands regeneration never stops. Ideally positioned on Britain’s Atlantic-facing coastline it is the gateway to the Northern Powerhouse and a city region with a GVA of £30bn per annum.

Grosvenor Square, Liverpool - Location

Location:
 
Grosvenor Square is located just a short distance from both Liverpool City Centre and the iconic waterfront, ensuring that city life is never more than a short walk away.

Travel Times:

 

Bus Stop – 3 min walk

LJMU Byrom Street – 5 min walk
Lime Street Station - 10
min walk / 5 min drive

Liverpool One  – 15 min walk / 5 min cycle

Student Quarter – 10 min cycle / 8 min drive

Why invest in Liverpool

 

Liverpool is famed across the globe as a true culture capital. It is one of the most visited cities in the UK, a top 5 retail centre, a leading centre for business tourism and recently named in the Rough Guide’s top ten global cities to visit. It’s this internationally renowned quality of life that makes it such an attractive place to live.

Liverpool City Region’s connectivity and central location is a key strength. We’re at the heart of the UK’s second largest regional economy, connected by direct rail services to core cities across the UK, with London just two hours away and services every hour. By road, the central belt of Scotland, Newcastle and Bristol are all within 4 hour’s drive time, meaning, Liverpool City Region is easy to reach. For international connections there is a choice of both Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester International Airports which are both within a 45 minute drive time.

Over the next decade Liverpool will deliver some of the UK’s largest and most ambitious development and infrastructure schemes. Liverpool2 deep water port terminal (phase 2), Liverpool Waters, Wirral Waters, New Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Health Campus, and the transformation of North Liverpool – Ten Streets, these projects and other planned developments have a development value in excess of £15 billion, presenting massive opportunities for investment and a truly inspirational area to live and work in.

The Liverpool Property Market

Liverpool is a thriving UK city full of opportunities and big plans for the future.

The average Liverpool rental yield is around 5.05% – far higher than cities like London which has an average rental yield of 3.05%, and Southampton which is 3.55%. In a recent study on the best UK city to be a landlord, Liverpool has one of the highest average rental yields in the country, with the national average yield standing at around 3.6%. Liverpool also has an average rental price growth of 2.65%. Many people have found investing in Liverpool to be a highly profitable venture, and new build properties with guaranteed buy to let yields continue to be in strong demand.

The regeneration of the city centre should see its population grow. The Office for National Statistics gave a figure of 181% for the population growth from 2002 to 2015. A continuation of this upward curve will lead to a huge demand for places to rent in central locations in the city.

Some predictions have house prices in the North West rising by 24% in the next five years. This figure comes from Savills, who predict that the North West of England will continue to out-pace the rest of the country.

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