Legacie Developments has marked a milestone in the construction of its flagship £90m Liverpool project.
The company celebrated reaching the highest point of construction with a ceremony to mark the completion of structural work on the first tower.
In total, the development will include 500 apartments and commercial space across four blocks ranging between eight and 18 storeys, along with a public plaza. Facilities include a spa. It was reported in September that 300 units had been sold.
The project’s architect is Falconer Chester Hall.
The topping out ceremony was attended by Legacie Developments chief executive John Morley and his senior team, along with representatives from finance partner RWinvest.
Morley said the scheme would be a big contributor to regenerating the area on the edge of Liverpool city centre. He said: “Parliament Square will have a massively positive impact in Liverpool by bringing a first-class residential offer with facilities like no other.”
The development, which is being delivered by Legacie’s construction arm, is expected to be fully complete by summer 2022.