The Lexington to bring New York style living to Liverpool waterfront
Moda Living have secured planning consent for its £82 million premium purpose-built rental development, ‘The Lexington, Liverpool’.
Named after the building’s New York-inspired design, The Lexington forms part of the Peel Group’s £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration masterplan and overlooks the docks that first kick-started Liverpool’s growth.
The 34-storey tower will be the tallest residential landmark in the city’s Liverpool Waters area. Alongside 304 high-specification apartments (ranging from studios to one, two and three-beds), there will be 15,000 sq. ft. of dedicated amenity space.
The building is the biggest single investment into Liverpool’s property market this year, underlining Mayor Joe Anderson’s commitment to supporting investment and housing.
Moda Living and Apache Capital will be working closely with Liverpool City Council and Peel to help support the area’s on-going regeneration while preserving its heritage. Liverpool has more listed buildings of any other UK city excluding London.
Dan Brooks, Director at Moda Living, said:
“Liverpool is an exciting place to be in right now, with lots of development activity and a real can-do attitude from the council. The Lexington at Princes Dock will help underpin the regeneration efforts there while also providing much needed quality homes for rent. This is the next important step in our ambitious plan to create the UK’s leading rental brand providing a new benchmark for city centre living.”
Joe Anderson, Major of Liverpool Mayor, said:
“Liverpool is enjoying a regeneration on an unprecedented scale with a number of quality developments in the pipeline. This latest announcement for Liverpool Waters underlines the city’s ability to attract high-level investment into housing which will be crucial to supporting the city’s long term growth.”
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