Baltic Triangle

Jordan Street, Liverpool, Merseyside
(Residential)

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  • Falconer Chester Hall, Architect
  • Neptune Investments, Developer
  • Balfour Beatty, Main Contractor

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  • Jon Adams, Balfour Beatty plc

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Parking spaces (cars):358
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Total capital cost:GB£32,000,000.00

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Trivia

Trivia Posted January 7th, 2015

Jon Adams, Balfour Beatty Managing Director for Northern Major Projects, said: “Balfour Beatty has extensive experience in delivering high-end residential schemes and of working in Liverpool, where we have recently delivered the Liverpool One and Aloft Hotel developments. “We have a fifteen year relationship with Neptune Investments and we look forward to working with them to deliver this exciting new £32m development in the heart of the Liverpool docklands.”

Trivia Posted January 7th, 2015

The original developer Windsor Developments went down with debts of £46m during the original construction, which was halted in 2007.

Trivia Posted January 7th, 2015

Steve Parry, Neptune Developments Managing Director, said: “This is an exciting scheme for us - one which will radically enhance this particular site with four new buildings and the improved public realm. “We are aiming to make a hugely positive contribution to the overall regeneration of the city centre.”

Trivia Posted January 7th, 2015

“The site is highly visible as it sits along a main route into the city and, as such, we have been careful to design a building which sits well with its neighbours whilst being a distinct addition to the Baltic Triangle area,” said Alastair Shepherd, a director of Falconer Chester Hall. “Our approach has been to marry the use of masonry, seen in nearby warehouses, with bright colours associated with Liverpool’s waterfront. The quality of the new public square is also a priority, in order to create an attractive destination for visitors and residents.’

Trivia Posted January 7th, 2015

When completed, the scheme will be managed by Parla Living, a subsidiary of Neptune Investments. Retail and leisure space will total 7,500 sq ft. Sue Taylor from Parla Living said: “The project will be very different from any other city centre residential scheme. It will be 100% for rent and will embrace a whole new mind-set of customer service with a range of quality one, two and three-bedroom apartments, including facilities such as hotel type concierge, free wi-fi, residents’ lounge, lobby, gym, meeting and event rooms.”

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