The Pool of Life Liverpool, the northern city of culture is thriving by the minute. Home to numerous higher educational institutions, a beautiful sky view and Liverpool FC’s the Reds, Liverpool continues to grow in population, from young professionals, students and businesses setting up in the northern city. With its thriving economy, Liverpool is a
5 Reasons to Invest in Liverpool
The Pool of Life
Liverpool, the northern city of culture is thriving by the minute. Home to numerous higher educational institutions, a beautiful sky view and Liverpool FC’s the Reds, Liverpool continues to grow in population, from young professionals, students and businesses setting up in the northern city. With its thriving economy, Liverpool is a fantastic city to invest in, boasting one of the highest rental yields in the country. We’ve picked out our top investments in the city.
Battersea, London London is no stranger to regeneration. Some of the trendiest areas in London are a product of redevelopment. Hackney was once the poster district for London’s crime and today the regenerated factors is now a beacon of creativity and very much a tourist attraction for oversea visitors. Likewise, Streatham, a significantly wealthy area
London is no stranger to regeneration. Some of the trendiest areas in London are a product of redevelopment. Hackney was once the poster district for London’s crime and today the regenerated factors is now a beacon of creativity and very much a tourist attraction for oversea visitors. Likewise, Streatham, a significantly wealthy area in the 1920s, when left to its own devices has lost this reputation.
The Millionaire Millennial
As millennials begin their journey into investment, the desire to follow in the property footsteps of their parents has dwindled. Instead of desiring luxury areas such as Knightsbridge, the investors of today are favouring the electric atmosphere of Battersea, Peckham and Brixton.
Today a prime location for London’s regeneration scheme is none other than Battersea. At one point, the South West London area was famous for the industrial slums by Clapham Junction and the housing estate which garage musical collective, So Solid Crew were founded on. In a bid to compete with their traditionally luxurious counterparts such as South Kensington, the Borough of Wandsworth has invested in the future of the borough to benefit from London’s reputation of a thriving cultural scene, most dominantly, theatre.
Situated beside Battersea Powerhouse, the 200-seat Turbine Theatre, opening in August 2019 is expected to be a celebration of new writing led by Artistic Director, Paul Taylor-Mills.
“I’m elated to be launching a brand-new theatre at the iconic Battersea Power Station. The vision is a simple one, to enable world class artists to tell stories that enchant at the Turbine Theatre and eventually play beyond our London home. We’re interested in being the starting point for new shows and also reimagining the older ones. It has been a lifetime dream of mine to have a home for my ideas that feels authentically ‘me’”.
A Battersea of the future
Battersea Power Station
Once an industrial powerhouse, Battersea Power Station is an iconic member of London’s skyline featured in films including Children of Men, The Dark Knight. Since being decommissioned in 1983, many developers have placed bids to breath new life into the iconic landmark with proposals including a theme park and football stadium.
In 2012, S P Setia Berhad, Sime Darby, and Employees Provident Fund agreed to acquire and develop the historic site into London’s newest neighbourhood. The first phase, Circus West Village featuring apartments, shops, cafes and restaurants opened in Spring 2017.
The next phase includes the highly awaited opening of Battersea Power Station itself and the Northern Line extension, both anticipated to be ready in 2021. Additionally, the Power Station will see a new high street, Electric Boulevard, which will include shops, cafes, restaurants and approximately 539 homes including luxury penthouses.
The £9 billion 42-acre development, is set to comprise three floors of shops, bars and restaurants, including an entire floor dedicated to food. There will also be a boutique cinema, a 1,500-capacity event space, 450 metres of riverside frontage and a six-acre power station park beside the Thames.
Taking full advantage of the growing tech sector, the power station will be a business hub featuring 1.25 million sq. ft. office space. 500,000 sq. ft. of has been secured by The Apple Group for its new London Campus while No 18, a Swedish business members club, is leasing 40,000 sq. ft.
London will continue to be beacon of economy, culture and education, so London will continue to be a hotspot of investment.
Philip Mason, international sales director at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said at a recent media briefing for Phase 3A: “Besides the iconic building, there is always a reason for everyone to come here. The Northern Line Extension (Battersea Power Station) will be a boon to attract more investors and visitors, giving accessibility to the two hubs of the city – the financial and cultural districts.”
“London is never going to be cheap. Those who wanted to invest, better do it now. A lot of people from overseas have already started investing in London,” Mason added.
Despite the impending presence of Brexit, London stands tall as a property investment icon, Boasting world-class theatre, state-of-the-art education and a £565 billion economy. A melting pot of culture The capital is the largest city in both the UK and European Union with an estimated 8.8 million population. Covering 607.12 sq. miles, equalling to 22,250
London Property Investment
Despite the impending presence of Brexit, London stands tall as a property investment icon, Boasting world-class theatre, state-of-the-art education and a £565 billion economy.
A melting pot of culture
The capital is the largest city in both the UK and European Union with an estimated 8.8 million population. Covering 607.12 sq. miles, equalling to 22,250 residents per square mile, London continues to be in high demand for property. Offering an array of industries from retail to fashion, London is considered one of the most diverse cities in the world for ethnicity and religious beliefs.
Of the 8.8 million people living in London, 37% were born outside of the UK; two thirds from outside of the European Union. According to the 2011 Census, 262,247 people living in London were born in India. As more opportunities are conceived in London the numbers are predicted to grow to up to 10.5 million by 2035.
The rise of the tech sector in London, most predominately Silicon Valley Tech Giants, have boosted London’s property market. US property investors are soaring through Marylebone, Mayfair, and Chelsea. Accounting for 6% of all sales by foreign buyers in London, second only to Chinese buyers, President Trump’s relaxation of tax laws governing repatriation of money held over-shore which has freed hundreds of billions of dollars for investment in blue chip assets.
Property developer, Knight Frank established that Americans have paid an average of £7.3 million for Central London homes this year in Marylebone. Liam Bailey of Knight Frank claims “the pound’s weakness against the dollar since the Brexit referendum combined with weaker underlying prices had made London more affordable, but the huge sums being ploughed into the tech giants and hedge funds are the driving factor.
There has been a significant uptick in demand for prime property from relocating US employees, entrepreneurs, and business owners. Among the market leaders are Google’s £1 billion European headquarters in King Cross, Facebook’s engineering hub at Rathbone Place and Amazon UK’s headquarters in Shoreditch.
The new face of the tech sector
The past decade has seen London evolve into the tech hub of Europe, with a new generation of leaders. The millennials leading the tech sector demand action on major issues including climate change, mental illness and work life balance. Commercial property is seeing their influence and meeting their perquisites via ping pong tables, remote working capabilities and multipurpose spaces.
The tech sector is expected to be the leading industry in London in the next ten years. Currently, Canary Wharf hosts more than 35,000 tech workers. In preparation for the upcoming economic changes, property developers are already preparing to accommodate this.
Wood Wharf is set to become the districts largest regeneration development. A major requirement for this generation of leaders is access to outside space and the latest 5G networks. A £5m sq. ft project with more than £2m sq. ft of commercial leasing, distinctive workplaces, and interconnected public space is being built to meet the demands of the tech-heavy tenant.
London attracts all sorts of people for its variety of experiences. In 2019, the most in-demand region is East London. London has always been notorious from its innovative creative scene, and with more independent galleries, creative start-ups, young professionals and couples are heading to the regeneration sector of East London.
ONS figures showed that in 2017 the proportion of women never having children has doubled in a generation. A Savills study reported that the DINK generation (Dual Income No Kids), possessing a combined income of £80,000 where the older partner is 26-35 are heading towards South and South East London including prime riverfront addresses from London Bridge, Bermondsey and East Putney,
“There is definitely the attraction of water at play,” says Lucian Cook, head of residential research at Savills and author of the report. “They are going to be slightly less concerned about family things,” he says. “It’s all about leisure and amenity.”
London of the Future
As the capital city, London is continuously subjected to regeneration to continue its position as an economic powerhouse of Europe.
The 1000ft proposed Tulip Tower is intended to reside by the Gherkin, making the skyscraper the second tallest structure in Western Europe, featuring a viewing platform with rotating pods. The Tulip will include a restaurant and sky bar in addition to a floor for educational purposes during school hours.
Designers Compass Pools, are proposing a ‘world’s first’ transparent infinity pool on top of a 55-storey building providing 360-degree views of London. To not jeopardize the view, a spiral staircase will rotate and rise through the 600,000-litre pool to provide access.
Since the construction of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, investors and developers alike, have seen potential in the east London area. Once industrial buildings are being converted into luxury apartments and residential sites such as The Bagel Factory are are drawing in many young professionals for the supply of an alternative social scene.
To contest with the South Bank, Westminster Council will fund a £28 million scheme to redevelop the North Bank. Home to Somerset House and The Savoy Hotel, the North Bank will replace Aldwych gyratory system with a two-way road and a new plaza is to be installed by St Mary le strand church. Additionally, the Strand from Aldwych to Melbourne Place to the east will be pedestrianised and lined with cherry trees. The riverbank will be opened up to become a cultural quarter lined with restaurants, bars and a retail to compete the Southbank.
The Elizabeth Line is Transport for London’s new rail line, currently being built by Crossrail Ltd, is expected to service approximately 200 million people every year. Stretching more than 60 miles from Reading to Shenfield, the Elizabeth Line stops at 41 stations, 10 new newly build stations and 30 newly upgraded.
As the capital, London is the first stop for regeneration, historical value, education, culture, as evident by its 8.8 million population. Despite Brexit, as long as London continues to be a global phenomenon, it is a formidable location for student, commercial and residential property investment.
Why investing in hotel property is the best thing for the summer The arrival of August stands for one thing for many of us- a summer holiday. As Brexit approaches and the pounds value is decreasing, many holiday goers are approaching their trips with caution. Combined with the rising costs of daily life, domestic holidays,
Schools Out! Tourism’s in!
Why investing in hotel property is the best thing for the summer
The arrival of August stands for one thing for many of us- a summer holiday. As Brexit approaches and the pounds value is decreasing, many holiday goers are approaching their trips with caution. Combined with the rising costs of daily life, domestic holidays, affectionately referred to as staycations are on the rise.
The increase in domestic travel over international trips means the demand for UK hotel rooms is skyrocketing. The hotel industry reached a total turnover of £98 billion in 2017 proves the demand for quality hotels in the UK is in prime demand.
No. 7, Blackpool
The tourism economy accounts for 9.6% of all UK jobs. This equated to 3.1 million jobs in 2013 and producing £126.9 million UK GPD in 2013. This was also a 173,000 net increase in jobs in 2010-2012.
Since 2010 tourism has been the fastest growing sector in the UK in employment terms. Britain is forecasted to have 38.8 million oversea visits equating to £24.9 billion in 2019. The tourism industry is predicted to be worth over £257 billion by 2025. The rise in tourism is a result in the millennial and Generation Z wishing to enjoy experiences over purchased items.
The Brexit Cloud
Brexit’s October deadline has seen the value of the pound plummet making international travel a financial stretch for many. As an alternative many are making the most of British soil choosing city breaks and seaside venues including Brighton, Plymouth and Cornwall. For a property investor, this is the chance of a lifetime to financially benefit from the domestic tourism demand. Investing in a hotel will see both oversea visitors take advantage of the low cost of the pound and British travellers wanting to enjoy a cost-effective vacation.
Once the stomping ground for the industrial sector to make ends meet, the Fabric District, the end result of Liverpool’s thriving regeneration is now one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Liverpool. Home to larger than life fabric and haberdashery, Abakan’s and Try & Lily, a family firm known for police hat manufacturing, the up and
Why everyone will want to live in the Fabric District…
Once the stomping ground for the industrial sector to make ends meet, the Fabric District, the end result of Liverpool’s thriving regeneration is now one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Liverpool. Home to larger than life fabric and haberdashery, Abakan’s and Try & Lily, a family firm known for police hat manufacturing, the up and coming neighbourhood is welcoming innovation from the fashion crowd.
Money, Money, Money.
Fabric District lives within the Knowledge Quarter which will enjoy the mass £1 billion investment benefits. Businesses are so invested in the opportunities of Fabric District they are being waitlisted to relocate here.
Try & Lilly Ltd
In the heart of Liverpool’s fashion industry is numerous industrial businesses including drapers, tailors and upholstery businesses, it comes as no surprise the creative minds of tomorrow are regulars in the Fabric District. Their presence has led to a 3-day international free arts festival from the fine arts to ceramics.
Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool is home to three universities including Liverpool Hope University, teacher training college, Edge Hill University and drama school, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Located in close proximity to all of these educational institutions makes Fabric District ideal for student accommodation and residential property.
Fabric District borders Lime Street, giving the trendy neighbourhood efficient transport links to the city, and with the plans for HS2 in full effect, commuting up and down the country will be an easy task for those preferring the Liverpool atmosphere.
A Final Note
Nicknamed the capital of culture, Liverpool is proving to be a metropolitan city, with something to accommodate everyone. The rising economy, mass regeneration and emerging transport links make Fabric District one of the most demanding place for property in the country. Now is the time to invest in the future of the country, the future of education, employment and most importantly, property.
Manchester never fails to impress, from sport and theatre to entertainment and property. Demand for the rainy city is seeing property value increasing by 29.22%, thanks to the rise in people heading to Manchester for the growing job prospects. The regeneration plans have completely reinvented the city, with new neighbourhoods evolving to meet the growing
Why the cool kids of property are falling in love with Middlewood Locks regeneration…
Manchester never fails to impress, from sport and theatre to entertainment and property. Demand for the rainy city is seeing property value increasing by 29.22%, thanks to the rise in people heading to Manchester for the growing job prospects. The regeneration plans have completely reinvented the city, with new neighbourhoods evolving to meet the growing demand. Middlewood Locks, an exciting new neighbourhood by Salford Central railway station is the biggest scheme of regeneration in the Manchester area.
Cleverly located by the waterside, Middlewood Locks offers the serenity of suburbia with the excitement of city life, an innovative place of business and a new location for shops, hotels, restaurants and bars, public open spaces, only ten minutes away from Spinningfields. More than just a neighbourhood, the £1 billion regeneration, Manchester’s most vibrant, and soon to be the favoured place to live among young professionals and growing families, is a lifestyle compiling of amenities including a gym, bar, nursery and medical centre.
In the clean and open spaces featuring nature trails and cycle paths, Middlewood Locks offers relaxing greenery by the beautiful canal. Complemented by the beautiful trees, the park life will be a welcome calmness from the hustle and bustle of city life, operating at a slower pace.
The attractive 24.5acre site offers the gift of transportation with Manchester City Centre within walking distance and main transportation links only a mile away. The local area offers a host of developments coming from source including The Greengate Generation to revive 13 hectares in order to reconnect the historic centre of Salford with Manchester’s modern vibrancy. Additionally, Irwell River Park is creating an international waterfront destination providing a range of environmental improvements for sustainable transportation in addition to commercial and residential development.
A place to call home.
A place to live, work and relax, Middlewood Locks, plays host to Middlewood Plaza, an impressive development featuring split-height blocks of six and nine storeys, with a total of 125 homes across the site.
Smart technology included as standard, for a future-proofed development
An appealing mix of apartments, townhouses and duplexes
High-quality kitchens and bathrooms included as standard
Secure underground parking
Dedicated cycle bays
Fully wheelchair accessible apartments
All apartments serviced by fully maintained lifts
Whole-house ventilation and sprinkler system protection
Private roof terrace access for all residents
As an investment, Middlewood Locks is showcasing the future of property: a combination of the quietness of suburbia and the cosmopolitan of the city. Middlewood Locks is the answer for the accommodation needs of the Manchester urban professional. Mixing luxury living spaces with close-knit amenities means the demand for tenancy will be high upon completion.
Regeneration is the future While Northern England is enjoying the fruits of the Northern Powerhouse Initiative, The Midland Engine is en route to experience the same level of economic regeneration for the Midland Region stretching to Wales. The biggest form of development is none other than The South Wales Metro set to revolutionise the transport
Why the South Wales Metro is good news for Property Investment
While Northern England is enjoying the fruits of the Northern Powerhouse Initiative, The Midland Engine is en route to experience the same level of economic regeneration for the Midland Region stretching to Wales. The biggest form of development is none other than The South Wales Metro set to revolutionise the transport of the region.
South Wales Metro
The South Wales Metro is a multimodal integrated public transport network set to transform rail services, local bus services and active travel. This will include an investment of £738 million into the valley lines to Treherbert, Aberdare, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhymney and Coryton. Over 170km of track will be electrified and track stations and signaling will all be upgraded including the building of at least five brand new stations.
In preparation of this, Transport for Wales are investing in a £100 million depot to be at the heart of South Wales metro operations. Situated in Rhondaa Cynon Taf, the development of the depot will be the first major works as part of Transport for Wales’ transformation of the valley’s rail network for the South Wales Metro, as part of the wider £5 billion investment to transform transport in Wales. The modern depot will maintain brand new Metro Vehicles which are due to enter service from 2022. The site will also include a new Integrated Control Centre which will manage the operation of services on the Metro lines.
What does this mean for property investment?
The revolutionized transportation system makes South Wales a key area for employees and businesses to enjoy. This will allow businesses to enjoy access to a wider talent pool from areas within the
From the breathtaking Brecon Beacons to the spectacular Glamorgan Heritage Coast, the evolution of staycations, has seen South Wales continue to be a tourist attraction. The arrival of the South Wales Metro will strengthen the tourism industry, by stretching to more districts across the South Wales region.
Many students in their second, third and postgraduate years of study choose to live in private student accommodation instead of student halls. The arrival of the South Wales Metro, will give flexibility of the locations of student properties. With an efficiently-run transport system coming, the demand for luxury student accommodation will
Covid-19 & the Property Market A short shock followed by a rebound? There is a consensus amongst economic forecasters that the coronavirus has inflicted a short, sharp shock which is affecting all aspects of the property market. However, it’s important to note that the brunt of this has been on the transactional level rather than
Coronavirus and the UK Property Market
Covid-19 & the Property Market
A short shock followed by a rebound?
There is a consensus amongst economic forecasters that the coronavirus has inflicted a short, sharp shock which is affecting all aspects of the property market. However, it’s important to note that the brunt of this has been on the transactional level rather than values. What this means is that values will not fall as transactions falls, and as long as the government can soften the economic impact through its stimulus package for the economy recently announced, then some sense of normality will be resumed once the tighter restrictions of movements are lifted. We will likely see a return to levels immediately before the coronavirus around the later part of this year and beginning of 2021.
The start of 2020 bought a strong platform for UK house prices as transaction levels were high now there was political and economic certainty about the path the UK was going down. Covid-19 has bought a shock to the system which will mean that the demand for transactions are postponed as the system reboots itself.
Research already undergone by Oxford Economic (March 16th) shows that GDP will fall by 2.5%, but then will show a sharp rebound by late 2020 by 1.8%. With low interest rates, and government stimulus packages, these measures will soften the short-term blow.
As restrictions on movement are lifted, we will begin to see an increase in transactional levels as pent up demand will be a driver to normality over the coming months. In the meantime, Tarquin Jones are focused on offering the best property investments for our clients, and have excellent opportunities which are resilient to the current climate.
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Chapel Allerton Property Investment Often referred to as the ‘Notting Hill of the North’, Chapel Allerton is a picturesque neighbourhood in Leeds, listed as one of the best areas to live in 2018 by The Sunday Times. Business Chapel Allerton’s most dominant industries are healthcare, retail, education, technology and the arts. The biggest employer in
Neighbourhood Watch: Chapel Allerton, Leeds
Chapel Allerton Property Investment
Often referred to as the ‘Notting Hill of the North’, Chapel Allerton is a picturesque neighbourhood in Leeds, listed as one of the best areas to live in 2018 by The Sunday Times.
Chapel Allerton’s most dominant industries are healthcare, retail, education, technology and the arts.
The biggest employer in the area is the NHS, who run Chapel Allerton Hospital and a local surgery. Retailers including Lidl and the Co-Operative hire locals as well, while West Yorkshire Police have a nearby station on Stainbeck Lane.
Chapel Allerton benefits from Leed’s efficient public transport system. The main bus routes that go along Harrogate Road are the 2 and 3/3A, both of which run every 10 minutes during peak times. The 48 and 91 also stop on this road, while the 7A and 7S go along Scott Hall Road en route to Moor Allerton and Alwoodley.
The nearest train station is Headingley, although it’s over two miles away. Leeds station is only marginally further away and is easier to get to.
Home to a thriving atmosphere, Chapel Allerton is a beacon culture. Seven Arts, an independent arts space, housing a 100-seat venue for film, theatre, dance, music and comedy is a celebration of the local community’s art scene.
Alternatively, Inkwell Arts is a charity-run centre focusing on using creative spaces to help with mental health and people with learning disabilities. They offer a range of different activities that are open to all including painting and creative writing plus a jazz music show on Sundays.
A popular area for young professionals, Chapel Allerton is home to some of the trendiest beauty houses in Leeds. Complete with vintage leather barber chairs, exposed brickworks and Chesterfield sofas, Coldbath has been the go-to place for men’s haircuts since 2001. On the other hand, Cutting Room Creative is a L’Oreal Professional hair salon winning awards for over 30 years.
From North Star coffee at House of Koko to Thai Green Curry at Sukhothai and quesadillas at Pinche Pinche, Chapel Allerton is home to an abundance of cuisine varieties to cater to the growing young professionals choosing the stunning neighbourhood.
When it comes to nightlife, residents are spoilt for choice. Boasting a range of Casque Marque ales and a variety of wines, as well as a traditional British menu, The Mustard Pot is a cosy spot to unwind-perfect for the hardworking professional. From exotic cocktails to decadent shakes, The Pit is Chapel Allerton’s hotspot for nightlife.
Caspar’s Bottle Shop is Chapel Allerton’s go-to place to get craft beer. They’ve got all of Leeds’ best- North, Kirkstall and Northern Monk, alongside other favourites from further afield like Mad Hatter, Wylam and Magic Rock.
Gledhow Valley Woods is a 1.5km ribbon of wood and grassland along the eastern edge of Chapel Allerton. Follow the route through the woods along Gledhow Beck, looking out for birds, hedgehogs, and butterflies as you go.
Ropewalks Named after the 19th century dominating industry of crafting ropes for the sailor ships, Ropewalks is at the heart of Liverpool’s independent scene, bursting with art, music, culture and home to places including Bold Street and The Bombed Out Church. Voted one of the hippest places to live- beating out the trendy Baltic
Neighbourhood Watch: Ropewalks, Liverpool
Named after the 19th century dominating industry of crafting ropes for the sailor ships, Ropewalks is at the heart of Liverpool’s independent scene, bursting with art, music, culture and home to places including Bold Street and The Bombed Out Church. Voted one of the hippest places to live- beating out the trendy Baltic Triangle area, the array of restaurants, bars and thriving bars keep the neighbourhood electric from day to night.
Voted by Lonely Planet as one of the best shopping streets in the UK, Bold Street is one of Ropewalk’s main attractions, keeping Liverpool as a top European destination. Packed with independent shops, restaurants and cafes, Bold Street is home to everything from world foods to records to please ever type of shopper.
The food on offer varies from street food delights at Peruvian Chicha to world foods at Mattas. Paired with sweet tooth’s dream, Bold Street Sweets and loose-leaf tea house LEAF, Bold Street offers a culinary delight for every occasion.
Living up to Lonely Planet’s recommendation, News from Nowhere and Rennies Art Gallery provide a eclectic dose of culture to the bustling shopping destination.
Bluecoat, a Grade I listed 300-year-old building in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre, is home a year-round supply of visual art, literature, music, dance and live art. Alongside the vast supply of culture, Bluecoat is also has a café, restaurant and additionally Bluecoat is home to a wide range of independent shops from jewellery to ceramics at the internationally recognised Bluecoat Display Centre.
Around the corner from Bold Street, FACT, the UK’s leading gallery showcasing everything in film, video and new media. Exhibitions at FACT are developed by a range of international artists working with everything from prosthetic hands to video games. Past exhibitions have included Shia LaBeouf answering people’s phone calls. FACT is also home to a cinema showing all the latest blockbusters and independent films, a bar and The Garden café.
St Luke’s Church, known locally as The Bombed Church, is Ropewalks’ most famous landmark. Missing its roof due as a result of World War Two, the church now hosts many different events from local markets to gigs and weddings.
Cafe Tabac, Liverpool
Ropewalks is Liverpool’s highlight for nightlife, known for the assortment of options. Where it’s a quiet Saturday afternoon drink or a wild night out, Ropewalks has a bar for every social event.
Hebbie Jeebies, Kazimier Gardens and Pogue Mahones are perfect for a relaxing drink while Café Tabac embodies nostalgia to match their cocktails and red wine collection. Located at the very top of Bold Street, Cafe Tabac is an effortlessly cool, velvet encased, candle lit bar with an eclectic hip hop soundtrack. The closest to a continental experience you’ll get in the city, this neon lit establishment is reminiscent of the Nouvelle Vague period, transporting you to a smoke-filled cafe in 60s Paris.
Liverpool Central Station
The icing on the cake of Ropewalk is its ability to get around the area, thanks to Merseyrail’s Central Station. Merseyrail are one of the top performing rail operators in the country services customers every 15-30 minutes to 68 stations across the region.
The home of Liverpool’s independent scene, Ropewalks is a highlight for students, professionals and tourists. Offering everything from an exciting shopping scene to a booming nightlife Ropewalks is an amazing opportunity for residential, commercial, hotel and student property investment.