GVA and CBRE have been appointed as joint letting agents to market Peel's waterfront regeneration scheme.
Part of Peel's wider Atlantic Gateway project, Liverpool Waters will see the 150-acre northern docklands site transformed to create a mixed use waterfront quarter in central Liverpool.
The scheme includes 3.5m sq ft of office space and 9,000 homes and will be marketed to potential occupiers in phases.
CBRE is also the agent for Peel's Wirral Waters development.
David Sayer, director at GVA, said: "Liverpool Waters represents the city region's most important regeneration project. As the largest property consultancy in Liverpool, we can add real value to the marketing of this important regeneration scheme and are excited to be a part of a project which will have a significant impact on the local economy and Liverpool's standing as global business destination."
Mark Worthington, director at CBRE, said: "We are very happy to have been appointed to advise Peel on such a prestigious project. Liverpool Waters is a 'game changer' for the City and presents a unique opportunity to attract international investment and global businesses to Liverpool."
Lindsey Ashworth, director of Peel Developments, said: "It's taken many years to get through a very complicated planning system but by working very closely with the people of Liverpool, the city council and many others who have had the best interests of Liverpool at heart, we have got to a point where we are at the end of the beginning. It has thoroughly tested Peel's slogan of determination, perseverance and patience. There is no denying that it's going to be tough to get something started on site for all sorts of reasons, but we are making every effort with a top class team."