Located in Liverpool’s tallest building – The Beetham West Tower – Regent 88 Liverpool is grade A office space with spectacular views of the city and river. It is ideally positioned in the heart of the Liverpool’s business district: a 10-minute walk from Moorgate Station, 8-minute walk from Royal Liver Building and 12-minutes from Liverpool One Shopping Centre.
Spaces start from just £19k and come with guaranteed rental yields of 7% for the first five years, rising to 8% for the next five years. On top of that, there is an assured buyback option and 950-year lease. Investors have a range of office suites, desks and premium meeting rooms to choose from.
Serviced offices have seen rapid growth over the past years. They provide businesses with a great working environment and everything they need – including meeting rooms, high-speed internet and printing – in one single bill.
This opportunity offers private investors access into what traditionally has been the reserve of large institutional funds and specialist flexible office providers.
Liverpool’s office space take-up in Q4 2017 was 50% higher than the five year quarterly average. With this rising demand,
Liverpool’s commercial real estate is ripe for investment.
Daniel Johns Group is a leading UK-based property design and development group. They are a completely debt-free company – investing their own money in buying land and completing developments – and specialists in Buy-to-Let apartments, serviced offices, student property and hotels.
Their past developments all sold out within months of launch, are fully tenanted and are now delivering returns for investors. These include AVA Residence in Leeds, Gloucester House in Bradford, Campbell House in Leicester, Leighton Hall in Greater Manchester, Beach House in Wales and Park View Residence in Greater Manchester. In total, they have over 500+ properties completed and under management.
Liverpool has the UK’s second largest regional economy, worth more than £149 billion. Due to an influx of new businesses and a thriving tourism sector, the economy is growing by an impressive 15% year-on-year.
The city is being transformed through major development projects such as Liverpool Waters – a £5.5BN initiative to transform derelict docks into a sprawling commercial and residential waterfront space – and Liverpool One – the nation’s largest open-air shopping centre.
With a rapidly increasing population and the highest rental yields in the country for 2018, Liverpool is an appealing choice for private investors.