Home Commercial News 650 flats and hotel scheme at Liverpool gets approved

650 flats and hotel scheme at Liverpool gets approved

304
0
650 flats and hotel scheme at Liverpool gets approved

The city planners have given a go ahead for 650 apartments and a hotel in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. The redevelopment for the former scrap metal site will be taken up by the developer Chaloner Street Developments with three towers.

Modern City Architecture and Urbanism has drawn up the mixed-use scheme for a mix of tenure from build to rent, co-living apartments, and market sale. A 200-bed hotel, office and art gallery space is planned in the Norton Point scheme between Chaloner Street and Flint street.

Norton Point Building plans

Block A

  • 24 levels  (77m)
  • Ground floor flexible commercial unit (221m2)
  • 206 residential units (levels 1-24)
  • External Terrace (residents).

Block B

  • 14 levels (53m)
  • Ground floor flexible commercial unit (584m2)
  • First floor flexible commercial unit (624m2)
  • Art Gallery (154m2 Lower Ground Floor & 133m2 Ground Floor)
  • 204 residential units (2nd to 13th floors)
  • External Terrace (residents).

Block C

  • 14 levels (52.5m)
  • 228 residential units (2nd to 13th floors)
  • 204 bed hotel – basement to 14th Floor (7426m2 )
  • External terrace (residents).

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here