Just months after the purchase and closure of Liverpool’s iconic Cabin Club, City Residential has been appointed to sell seven luxurious apartments and studios that are to be created on its upper floors.
The Havelock Building enjoys an illustrious past as birthplace to electrical pioneer Ferranti and as the place where George Harrison got inspiration for his first solo Beatles song, Don’t Bother Me. It now finds itself at the very heart of Liverpool’s most fashionable neighbourhood and the building’s new owners have wasted no time in beginning refurbishment of the building.
Its basement, ground and first floors have been let to leading Liverpool restaurateurs Red & Blue Restaurants, the team behind Salthouse Tapas, Hanover Street Social and Bacarro. And now the upper floors have received planning permission for conversion into a unique collection of luxury homes.
Phil Hartley-Chambers, Director at City Residential commented “Havelock Building will become a destination venue both socially and residentially. It will deliver a unique collection of stylish and appealing apartments. Given the popularity of good quality conversions we anticipate demand being high”.
To register for more information contact sole selling agent City Residential on 0151 231 6100.