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Legacie Contracts is building One Park Lane. Credit: via This Generation

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.

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This is the type of developer we need in liverpool- let’s hope they become big and more ambitious

By Stuart wood

Good start to the week with a positive Liverpool development. Legacie appear to be a good company and should be supported and encouraged to do more in the city .

By Paul M - Woolton

Liverpool only ever seems to have 1 reliable developer at a time. Hope this changes so the city can kick on.

By Anonymous

An excellent development. I don’t like to think what the service charges will be given the facilities provided but there will always be people.prepared to pay a premium. The budget hotel site needs developing but with a block twice the height of this to truelly add to the Liverpool skyline in a meaningful way.

By Anonymous

More of this please.

Liverpool shouldn’t seek to copy Manchester, especially on building design. But higher rise, and higher density is good for the environment, with lower carbon emissions, more active travel and public transport use, and clustering people is better for community amenities and infrastructure like shops, doctors, etc. It also leads to higher salaries.

Liverpool Council needs to support bold and distinctive design, at scale.

By DenseCity

Legacie doing Liverpool proud, I think they have the ability to give us a 40/50 storey building but will they be given the chance? I think Carpenter is another good local developer but are being messed around at present by the council over a mere 13 storey building, which by the way was height reduced from 15 storeys.

By Anonymous

Its good to see new developments around the city. My thought is why is it always Legacie and not national based developers? Is it Legacie are the best, or something else? Hope to see Legacie do well, but we need fresh impetus into the city to drive everything forward

By Anon

Is the Malden Hotel still being built?

By Anonymous

Liverpool city council are a disgrace and are not fit for purpose .
I agree would like to see some more high rise developments dotted across the waterfront like the Lexington and agree as long as they don’t look like the ones they are throwing up in Manchester.

By Anonymous

Missed opportunity for some balconies, roof garden aside

By Balcony Warrior

Brilliant development this, looks ace.

By Anonymous

In answer to Anon 0800, it’s because outside investors are not prepared to battle with the City Council over their ridiculous approach to planning but home-grown companies don’t have much choice!

Anonymous 0956, I believe it’s meant to open Q2 2024.

By Anonymous

A welcome development but a very ugly building and strange palette of materials and colours.

By Anonymous

This is absolute trash and comparing the towers at the waterfront to Manchester’s selection is a total farce.
The Lexington already looks dated and has developed a v cheap Chinese copy cat of New York type of look. Hate having to look at it but I know a lot of people pretend it’s on a different level to what has been built in Manchester but some of the stuff they’ve built recently is pretty decent.
That whole area around the Waterfront has had its soul ripped out and is exactly why UNESCO have stuck two fingers up at Liverpool. We are no better now.

By Let’s stop deluding ourselves

@Let’s stop deluding ourselves. Im sorry that change seems to trigger you. Myself I think Liverpool is looking the best it has in a long long time and I’m loving it especially the Lexington which is a classy looking tower in my opinion.

By Anonymous

I love this development, it’s the right height for the location. Taller buildings should be on Princes Dock, we don’t want random talls scattered across the city like some places, that looks awful. Liverpool is definitely looking good, love it!

By Liverpolitan

@Liverpolitan, so you only want talls on Princes Dock,well you won’t get anything much more than 30 floors and there’s not much room left. The City Council are indicating that there will be designated zones for tall buildings, so that’s not being random is it? My view is the more restrictions we put on developers the more they will avoid us, we need to encourage activity and enterprise not deter it.

By Anonymous

Having dedicated ‘tall’ zones like Jackson St and Greengate in Manchester makes perfect sense. I don’t think that’s the problem in Liverpool. We all know what the problem is.

By Anonymous

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