Plans approved for Liverpool housing scheme

WCN Editorial Team 22 Sep 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Moda living and funding partner Apache Capital have received planning permission for a £83M housing development in Liverpool, UK.

The 34-storey building will comprise 304 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as 1,400sq m of amenity space.

Moda Living director Dan Brooks said that the project will provide “much-needed quality homes for rent”.

Brooks added: “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.”

The building — named Lexington because of its New York-style design — is expected to be the tallest residential development in the Liverpool Waters neighbourhood once completed.

Apache Capital Partners co-founder and managing director Richard Jackson said: “The Lexington will provide a fantastic legacy for Liverpool and its historic skyline and waterfront, creating from the outset a vibrant community that will be part of the local area.”

The scheme will be part of the Peel Group’s £5.5bn regeneration masterplan.

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