Iliad Group has submitted a planning application to Liverpool City Council for 200 apartments aimed at families, on a cleared site bounded by Simpson Street and Blundell Street.
The two blocks of between seven and nine storeys within the Baltic Triangle would include a mix of two and three bedroom flats, with 4,000 sq ft of commercial space on the ground floor. The apartments would be supported by 116 car parking spaces and 200 cycle spaces.
The massing and materials in the design, by Tim Groom Architects, is intended to “read true to the mixed-cluster nature of the Triangle”, according to the documents submitted with the planning application.
The scheme was previously set to be up to 15 storeys high, but was lowered after pre-planning meetings with the council.
Songbird, an Iliad special purpose vehicle, is the applicant behind the project.
The Planning Studio is advising on the proposal.