Legacie’s £25m One Park Lane on track for December 2024 completion
Situated within Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, the 16-storey apartment block will sit on the corner of Park Lane and Liver Street to provide 90 apartments just a one-minute walk from Liverpool One.
Legacie has revealed new images of its One Park Lane site as the developer announces that the scheme is about to top out and is on track for a December 2024 completion.
The Falconer Chester Hall-designed project is being built by Legacie Contracts to deliver a mix of one- to three-bedroom units on the dockland site, which has stood vacant for several years.
Residents will have access to a 24-hour concierge, a gym, a rooftop bar, and a sauna and steam room, in addition to an onsite museum.
RWinvest has promoted the development, which has a gross development value of £25m.
John Morley, chief executive of Legacie, said: “This is another flagship site for Legacie which continues to reinvigorate areas of Liverpool left vacant for too long.
“One Park Lane combines beautifully with the modern surrounds of the historic Albert Dock and adds further elegance to Liverpool’s skyline.”
This on-track completion date aligns with the estimated wrapping up of the first phase of Legacie’s Heaps Rice Mill redevelopment, which will be delivered fully in 2026 to deliver 620 flats.
This announcement follows the September completion of the developer’s 457-apartment Element – The Quarter project, delivered in partnership with Nexus Residential.