Restarted Baltic House on course for 2020 completion

The formerly-stalled Baltic House, bought by Crossfield Exclusive in November last year from collapsed developer North Point Global, is set to complete next summer.

Crossfield’s construction arm Crossfield Construction has topped out at the restarted project, which is set to include 130 apartments along with nine office units totalling 12,600 sq ft on the ground and first floors.

The £12m project, designed by Brock Carmichael, is being delivered by the Crossfield Exclusive joint venture, made up of Crossfield Group and Exclusive Investments.

The JV bought the site last year from the liquidators of North Point Global; work had begun on the site but stalled following NPG’s legal woes. The previous consent, which was partially built out, was for 150 student beds alongside commercial units and communal areas.

The site sits between Norfolk Street and Brick Street, and the redesigned scheme reaches 11 storeys at its highest point.

David Cain, managing director of Crossfield Exclusive Developments and Crossfield Group said: “Just occasionally, as a developer, you get an opportunity to make a positive impact on an iconic part of your home Ccty and that’s exactly what we are being able to do with Baltic View.

“The site is not only contributing to the continued regeneration of this fantastic part of Liverpool, but also offering apartments and office space that are being built to the very highest standards by a dedicated team of experienced staff in a really exciting part of the city.”

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It’s a pity you don’t have a more up to date photo, it is looking a lot better and bigger now.

By Baltic Billy

whoever named the construction arm should be getting scouted by google for their creativity.

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Sooner the stain of North Point Global and McInnes is erased from the city the better. good luck to all

By Carl

On my way to ‘92% Coffee’ on Jamaica Street I was excited to see a hive of activity at several sites including this one. Grenville Street looks busy, as does the Baltic Hotel and all the Parliament Street developments. Really great though to see the little boutique hotel next to Café de Paris at the top of Duke Street started!

By Liverpolitan

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