Sefton-based developer Nicholson Group, formerly Luxor Group, has completed its mixed-use development in the town centre.
The scheme involved the refurbishment of the 34,500 sq ft Barrow House on Barrow Street and Bridge Street and is spilt into four parts.
Nicholson Lofts provides 15 apartments and shop, while Nicholson House has been redeveloped into a further 18 apartments and four shop units.
Nicholson Plaza and Nicholson Place offer a combined 28 apartments, two shop units and an office.
Paul Nicholson, founder of the group, said demand for the final phase of the project, Nicholson Place, remained buoyant despite challenges presented by Covid-19.
All 16 of the Nicholson Place apartments were sold off plan, he said.
Nicholson added: “Nicholson Place [comprises] 16 high-end city living apartments. It’s very much in line with our attention to detail on interiors, bespoke to us.
“In addition, we’ve incorporated fingerprint and other pioneering technology not implemented in any other rental properties in the UK.”
The Nicholson Group bought Barrow House from Barclays Bank for an undisclosed sum in 2018.