The exciting new Kingsway residence will be a welcomed addition to the Liverpool skyline. The development will consist of a perfect blend of intelligent design across 452 luxury apartments, perfectly positioned on the door step of the city centre and the famous Princess Dock, on Liverpool’s famous water front.
Liverpool City Region continues to change and attract investment. Over the last decade alone, the City has attracted over £5 billion of investment. The scale and quality of the city’s transformation has been of international significance. Over the next decade Liverpool will deliver some of the UK’s largest and most ambitious development and infrastructure schemes.
The future is bright for Liverpool, presenting massive opportunities for investment and a truly inspirational area to live and work in.
Kingsway Square is a perfect example of what a buy to let investor should look for when considering an investment. It has all the key fundamentals of a strong buy to let, with its excellent location, healthy developer track record and is in a city primed for growth, over the up coming years.
With a large pool of potential tenants to choose from, within distance of the project, the developer is offering investors 8% rental returns.
Liverpool is consistently voted amongst the top locations for buy to let investment and the city has several postcodes, including Kingsway Square’s L3, that are amongst the highest yielding in the UK, in addition to being one of the top locations forecast for growth.
Now is the time to invest in the project, at the early stages of construction, with a 10% discounts available.
Currently over 300,000 jobs in 7 key growth sectors, with a further 20,000 jobs coming out of the "Liverpool Waters” regeneration project alone.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport - Flying to 200 destinations, 5 million passengers yearly, 250m GVA, 6,000 jobs. £1Billion SuperPort upgrade in progress, connecting Liverpool to the world's trade.
Boast 4 universities serving around 90,000 students and produce 30,000 graduates every year.
30,000 new properties needed by 2030