The Strand Plaza, Liverpool. Set within Liverpool's UNSECO World Heritage waterfront which encompasses a trio of iconic landmarks affectionately referred to as "The Three Graces" which include the Liver Building, the Port of Liverpool Building and the Cunard Building.
The architects have created a scheme that boasts both a striking exterior profile along with well-appointed living spaces. The development is targeting the mid-top end of the market and the apartments are designed accordingly.
Each apartment will be fully furnished and will include a fitted kitchen, a fitted ensuite, full furnishings and full access to the building's concierge service. We feel that a high-end focus will help ensure excellent rental yields and high rental demands. Strand Plaza is situated within close proximity to the commercial district of Liverpool which has a substantial concentration of young professionals. On a cultural note, the building is situated next to the Piazza Fountain, locally known as "The Bucket Fountain". The pivoted buckets are suspended on stems from which they are filled with water, they tilt when they become full and then empty noisily into lower buckets and/ or eventually into the tiled pool in which they stand. Huws first hydraulic fountain was commissioned for The Festival Of Britain and stood outside a pavilion on the South Bank. After years of neglect it was refurbished when Wilberforce House was transformed into Beetham Plaza.