Granite House will comprise of 39 self-contained units with en-suite bathrooms and integrated kitchens.
A range of communal facilities will also be readily available for tenants, such as a communal basement area that will be used as a series of breakout areas with TVs, games area and lounge area.
The studios will also be furnished to the highest specification with walk-in showers, built in mirrors, LVT flooring and 2/3 seater sofa.
Liverpool’s student accommodation sector alone is worth £256 million with the majority being in the city centre.
Students make up 52% of city centre residents. As per new research in 2017, demand for purpose-built student accommodation in Liverpool has surged by 35% over the past 12 months.
Middleton solicitors are a well established law firm in Liverpool. The founding partner, Mr Alan Middleton owns Granite House and the firm has previously practiced from there.
The Middleton family recently developed luxury homes in the prestigious Wirral Peninsula. Granite Building Management Ltd has been formed to redevelop Granite House with the assistance of master contractor PJ Percival Construction Ltd.
Liverpool has experienced a phenomenal amount of regeneration over the years , and there is more on the horizon.
In early 2017 the region’s leaders signed off a £650m investment package for 43 individual projects that are predicted to create over 13,000 jobs in the area.
This includes the recent Ten Streets – with the aim to revitalise the 125 acres of Liverpool’s Northern City Fringe between Liverpool’s city centre and superport into a vibrant creative hub called Ten Streets.
The improvement of transport infrastructure is already underway, and there are also plans to renovate the warehouses in the vicinity into apart-hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities.
Due to the location of Granite House, student will be able to enjoy being so close to the creative vibe of Ten Streets.