St. Anne’s Gardens offers studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments in a flourishing area of Liverpool, which is benefiting hugely from both significant regeneration and capital investment.
From the £150 million Project Jennifer regeneration to Liverpool One and Liverpool Lime Street Station, St. Anne’s Gardens provides a home that offers a fantastic investment opportunity, great transport links and access to the vibrant city-centre lifestyle.
This development is also situated adjacent to a major city transport gateway and within a mile of the world-famous Knowledge Quarter (KQ). The KQ is seeing £2bn worth of investment and has really become a place where people not only want to live, work and play but a place where they want to stay.
St. Anne’s Gardens Elatus Development Group is a partnership between two very experienced developers. Together, they have over 40 years of combined experience in property development and sourcing successful, profitable projects and bringing them to market.
Having learnt the fundamentals through knowledge that only first-hand experience can bring, the owners of Elatus Development Group can boast of many successful developments within their extensive and ever-expanding portfolio, with a current GDV (Gross Development Value) of over £120 million.
Current projects include Cathedral View in Liverpool; a 217 apartment development situated on St James Street within the Baltic District which is now completely sold out, along with many commercial assets, such as their site on Blundell Street, Liverpool which is currently under construction and will feature 100 brand new apartments and a commercial office block.
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.