60 Old Hall Street in Liverpool is offering 8% Net rental per year assured for the first two years and is situated in the cities thriving business district. 60 Old Hall Street is a luxury development of apartments with premium amenities. This high-end development offers tenants prime leisure facilities including a rooftop gym and terrace as well as 24-hour concierge service and retail unit on the ground floor.
Both the commercial units and creative office space in 60 Old Hall Street will be fully managed. 60 Old Hall Street will Feature its own private entrance and some on-site parking, this will no doubt be a sought after development for people looking to live in the City Centre. 60 Old Hall Street is surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the office district by day and although the neighbourhood quietens in the evening, it is still only two minutes' walk from the main retail area, bars, and restaurants.
The high specification one and two-bed apartments are located just 5 minutes from the city centre of Liverpool and offer stunning views across the city and the River Mersey.
60 Old Hall Street’s central location is designed to offer working professionals and visitors, a taste of true city living, each unit comes with state-of-the-art appliances, high quality fit out, high speed broadband, full access to the gym and roof terrace, plus the use of the onsite parking provision.
60 Old Hall Street includes a 24-hour concierge, fully managed and boasts a fully equipped rooftop gymnasium, running track and open air garden offering the perfect opportunity to exercise when energy levels are high, or to chill with friends after a long week at work, whilst soaking up the amazing views of Liverpool.
60 Old Hall Street is a fantastic investment opportunity in a growing economy which is a hub for business and international trade. The beautiful city also houses around 50,000 students.
Liverpool’s economy is one of the fastest-growing economies in the UK, with an annual growth rate of 15%. This is due to several factors, one of which is a booming property market in both the residential and leisure sectors, along with a thriving tourism economy.
Liverpool is one of the most distinctive and creative cities in the world. Characterized by its unique cultural wealth and history, the city became a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first English city ever to be voted European Capital of Culture in 2008.