- 2 Bedrooms
- Excellent investment opportunity
- Dual-aspect views from most units
- Open plan kitchen/living spaces
- Industrial heritage features
This iconic waterfront project is an exemplary marriage of modern architecture and historically-sympathetic regeneration. It preserves the essence of Tobacco Warehouse’s past whilst repurposing it for a long and prosperous future.
Each apartment has been beautifully designed to preserve the original architecture of the building, with exposed brickwork, ceilings, columns and double-glazed heritage-style windows juxtaposed with stunning contemporary finishes. All architectural details of the Grade II-listed building have been retained to remind residents of the rich history of this 115-year-old structure.
The dual-aspect apartments are spread over two floors, with dramatic double-height living rooms providing a sense of volume and light rarely seen in the city. Open plan, spacious and versatile living areas feature eye-catching double-stacked windows (aside from Levels 11/12) ensuring these bright and exposed rooms are filled with light, making them the perfect space in which to get creative, entertain or relax. Upper mezzanine levels look out over the inner courtyards, tranquil dock waters or South Lane.
Choose from two primary layout configurations: enter your apartment at either the upper or lower level, with architecturally designed staircases linking the two floors. Standard features include kitchens integrated with European-manufactured appliances and fully equipped and tiled ensuite bathrooms.
At the top of the building are exclusive two bedroom penthouses with private access from the thirteenth floor. Each modern apartment is newly built above the roof level with extra high ceilings and stunning contemporary finishes. All apartments enjoy spacious outdoor terraces with exceptional views across Liverpool’s waterfront skyline.
Tobacco Warehouse is at the heart of a wider regeneration project that will see this once prosperous part of Liverpool returned to its former glory. Stanley Dock and the Ten Streets area will be brought back to life with an injection of chic cafés, restaurants, retail and creative businesses. It will be a new neighbourhood with a distinctive personality.
Former warehouses are being converted into premises for start-up businesses in the artistic, creative and digital fields, and the population is projected to significantly increase in the coming years.
Situated just 1.5 kilometres north of Liverpool city centre, Stanley Dock is positioned to benefit from the new Atlantic Corridor development.
- 2 Bedrooms
- Dining room
- Reception room