Derelict to Desirable. Student accommodation drives regeneration of Liverpool’s housing stock.

Over the last decade, Liverpool has gone through an incredible transformation seeing a number of major schemes and projects take place in a bid to improve the local environment and economy. But a new trend of restoring derelict properties into purpose built student accommodation is driving the regeneration of the city’s housing stock further.

 

Ray Withers, Chief Executive of leading overseas investment property agency active in Liverpool, Property Frontiers comments,

 

“Liverpool has undoubtedly suffered from a housing regeneration crisis in recent year. While hundreds of residential properties have sat empty across the city, old derelict commercial buildings too have sat in the shadows waiting to be rejuvenated. Over the last 2 years, our experienced developer partner has capitalized on this opportunity to regenerate a number of derelict iconic buildings in Liverpool, transforming them in purpose built student accommodation which is in high demand.”

 

Withers continues,

 

“Indeed, we have been able to secure some amazing Investment properties such as Gradwell Street which was a derelict warehouse and Hatton Garden which was originally a fire station and bring them back to life for the next generation. This has been a gratifying experience in the name of regenerating Liverpool.”

Property Frontiers has successfully marketed numerous student accommodation projects in the city of Liverpool, transforming deserted buildings into modern, comfortable student homes. These include:

 

Streatlam Towers, Princes Road, Liverpool

Streatlam Towers is a beautiful 19th century listed building located near Liverpool city centre. Previously used as a Christian shelter which then became derelict, Property Frontiers’ developer partner transformed the building’s interior incorporating the latest fixtures and fittings as well as retaining some original features such as the high ceilings, staircases and stained glass windows.

 

 

St Andrew’s, Rodney Street, Liverpool

 

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