One Park West sales nearly complete

Grosvenor said its 17-storey residential block in Liverpool One is down to the last 15 flats for sale out of 326 after £1m of deals in September.

The distinctive waterfront block designed by US architects Pelli Clarke Pelli was completed in early 2009. The developer retained 85 of the 326 for rent.

Guy Butler, projects director of Grosvenor, said: "September has been flat out for us, with six apartment units sold and 16 rented, adding up to over £1m in revenue. Although there's been economic doom and gloom this year we've taken a more pro-active approach with One Park West because we believe the building is in a fantastic location, has desirable apartments and is in a great city. We appointed Kingston Shaw as agents, designed a new livery for One Park West and saw Juice FM take space within the building too. Anyone who visits the new marketing suite to arrange a tour of the building will pick up on the buzz surrounding the building."

The building has a gym, roof terrace, and secure parking. A one-bed apartment starts at £129,000, three-bed £500,000.

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Anyone paying half a million pounds for a flat with a dual carriageway on one side and a load of screaming goths in a park on the other needs to go outside and have a word with themselves

By merecat

Fair comment from my feline cousin. But lets be fair, at least they retained the park and its vista over the Mersey. If it had been Manchester it would all have been gradeA office space and outlets for "upmarket" burger joints by now. At least Liverpool had the sense to keep some open/green space and resist the temptation to overdevelop. If I wanted to live in the heart of a major city (which I don’t), I’d rather a bit of real life and character 12 stories beneath me, than be eyeballing a bunch of pinstriped lawyers, accountants and bankers, as I get out of my bath. Even, and I want to make this absolutely clear, if the filthy ne-erdowells are caught in flagrante giving the secretary the good news in the backroom….

By Prairiedog

It’s not just about living there – if i had a few spare quid i would look to buy an apartment as an investement. The location takes some beating, particularly if the city continues to grow outwards!?

By Straightner