No.1 Hatton Garden is a collection of spacious, bright and contemporary apartments in Liverpool city centre.
Situated on Hatton Garden, this quiet area is sandwiched between the Georgian Quarter, Retail Core and Commercial District. Everything that Liverpool city centre has to offer is just a three-minute walk away, including the green space of St John’s garden and the World Heritage Waterfront.
There are already a number of well-established, long-term residential communities on and adjacent to Hatton Garden. These are serviced by a range of local amenities such as coffee shops, convenience stores, gyms and doctor’s surgeries.
The location has excellent transport links by road, rail and bus with Lime Street Station being only four-minutes’ walk away, taking you directly to Manchester in 30 minutes and into London in under 2 hours.
Studio, one-bed and two-bed apartments are available.
Signature Living is one of the UK’s fastest-growing property developers and was recently awarded Best Developer of the Year at the nationally acclaimed First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards.
Since launching in 2008, Signature Living have revolutionised the way hotels and apartments are designed, built and occupied; creating award-winning venues such as the iconic 30 James Street, the incredible Shankly Hotel and Daniel House in Bootle, a former office block, which has now been transformed into highly desirable residential hotel-style apartments.
Liverpool’s economy is one of the fastest-growing economies in the UK with an annual growth rate of 15%. This is due to several factors one of which is a booming property market in both the residential and leisure sectors along with a thriving tourism economy.
Liverpool has a constant focus on inward investment. One of the main examples of this is the £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters project.
With a student population of 70,000, Liverpool’s popularity as a destination for those in higher education is matched by the opportunities it offers buy to let investors. Liverpool postcodes dominate the top 25 buy-to-let yield table, with 2008’s European Capital of Culture making up eight of the top 25 postcodes.