Fabric District Residence is located in the heart of Liverpool’s regeneration zone, within the up and coming Fabric District, this development will benefit from 1 billion pounds which has been invested into the area.
- Prices from £75,950 for a fully managed New York-style Micro-apartment
- 8% Net Rental Return for 3 Years
- FREE furniture pack worth £3,000 for a limited period of time
- £5,000 Discount for a limited number of apartments in Phase One
- City Centre Location, close to all major Universities and Lime Street Train Station
- Completion date: Q2 2019
Fabric District Residence will consist of 208 fully managed studio and micro apartments, spread over 9 floors, to cater for the increasing demand for high quality residential property in Liverpool where supply is low.
Fabric District Residence is our latest residential development located in an area of the city centre that was once the centre of Liverpool’s rag trade and is now experiencing an exciting £1 billion renaissance as it becomes the city’s trendy ‘Fabric District’. Plans for the area draw inspiration from successful regeneration projects such as Shoreditch in London.
£5000 reservation fee (Day 1)
50% on exchange (Day 21)
25% on sectional completion (Q3 2018)
25% on practical completion (Q2 2019)
All apartments in the development are furnished to the highest standard and will provide investors a truly ‘Turn Key’ buy to let property.
The development will offer residents the very best of city living at an affordable price – while giving investors an 8% net rental return for 3 years.
The development offers both large Studio & micro apartments, all located in the Fabric District and supported by Regeneration Liverpool and has ease of access to all the major universities and lime street train station.
Prices start at £75,950 and has a completion date of Q2 2019.
- Votes UK’s friendliest city (Conde Nast)
- Places in the Rough Guides top 3 cities to visit in the World (2014)
- Wealth of historic architecture, free to visit museums, galleries and attractions. (Albert dock attracts 5 million visitors per year) and has been voted the capitol of culture.
- Highest number of overseas students.
- From 2009 to 2016, there has been a 55.9% growth in the economic value of the visitor economy – this is equivalent to an average growth of 8% per year.
- 62.45 Million visitors to Liverpool in 2017
- Liverpool has the fastest growing productivity of any major city outside of London. 39% growth in economic output over the past decade.
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