Global property company Pinnacle Alliance has announced a new 10-storey mixed-use £30million residential and commercial development in Liverpool’s ever-expanding Baltic Triangle cultural quarter.
St James Court will include 157 apartments in studio, one and two bedroom arrangements, with commercial spaces on the ground floor.
Richard Caton, of Pinnacle Alliance, said:
“Liverpool’s population has more than doubled over the last few years, with demand for high quality accommodation surging as young professionals move to the city.
“This demographic demands a central location and quality housing, with the Baltic Triangle among the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city. St James Court will strongly appeal to Liverpool’s burgeoning professional market.”
St James Court will plug directly into Baltic Triangle’s established public transport infrastructure, including a CityLink bus service stop two minutes’ walk away (providing links into the city centre every 12 minutes) and a citybike cycle hire station at the site.
Mr Caton explained:
“This development will be fitted to a very high standard, catering for the demands of Liverpool’s young professional population while fitting in seamlessly with its neighbours in this unique neighbourhood”, said Jenny Hudson, of G M Jones Ltd. “With modern communication and security features in every property, St James Court offers a strong investment opportunity, as well as a great place to live for residents, in this sought-after part of the city.”
Set for completion in 2018, the development will have private elevated landscaped gardens, with balconies and roof terraces accompanying most apartments in the complex. G M Jones Ltd has been appointed as the contractor for the development