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A leading property developer is aiming to help Liverpool re-establish its status as ‘the Northern powerhouse’ city by teaming up with a specialist investment agency.

Legacie Developments, which has already successfully delivered on a number of high-profile projects in the city including high-specification residential schemes like Ropemaker Place in the University Quarter and the Edwardian-style Reliance House in the city centre, has partnered with RWinvest to promote sales on their upcoming flagship developments.

The flourishing alliance has seen incredible sell-out investment in the company’s new £90m Parliament Square development, which features a swimming pool, rooftop spa, gym and commercial business space in Liverpool’s thriving Baltic Triangle. 

Legacie Developments and RWinvest have together already seen sell-out investment in the company's new £90m Parliament Square development (pictured above) in Liverpool

Legacie Developments and RWinvest have together already seen sell-out investment in the company's new £90m Parliament Square development (pictured above) in Liverpool

Legacie Developments and RWinvest have together already seen sell-out investment in the company’s new £90m Parliament Square development (pictured above) in Liverpool

The New York-style development boasts a variety of plush pads in two stunning towers with stylish open-plan living, huge kitchen areas and floor to ceiling windows. 

The main penthouse incorporates a balcony with stunning views of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront while the owner of the 5,000 square feet property will also have access to their own private cinema room as well as various bars and restaurants that are being attached to the prestigious development.

The powerful partnership is seeing millions of pounds being invested into the city and major new developments springing up in the centre and surrounding areas. Legacie is reporting that their developments are also attracting first time buyers from outside of Liverpool into the city due to their affordability compared to other areas.

John Morley, Legacie Developments founder

John Morley, Legacie Developments founder

John Morley, Legacie Developments founder

Legacie has also stepped in to revive a number of stalled schemes in Liverpool too including ‘The Eight’ development in the city’s Chinatown – which was completed this year.

Founder of Legacie Developments John Morley said: ‘Right now, Liverpool is thriving and I’m honoured that we are playing such a major role in the city’s renaissance. 

‘The demand we’re seeing from overseas and from other areas of the UK, with huge credit going to RWinvest in securing credible solid investment, is evidence of how popular Liverpool has become as a place to live.’

And our work to help the city develop will not stop, as long as we are having a positive impact on the lives of everyone living and working here. Now, I’m very happy to be working alongside RWinvest to keep generating interest in the city and our developments as it will only help create a better future for all. I’m sure it won’t be long before Liverpool has re-established itself as the Northern powerhouse city. 

‘Also, RWinvest have excellent networks and a highly-successful track record of delivery for clients. I am confident that they will help to perfectly position Legacie with people seeking solid investment opportunities that provide significant returns.’

Legacie Developments are also behind a landmark new £40m building concept called Element – The Quarter, which will be the first major eco-residential development in Liverpool comprising 450 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments.

The eco-development is expected to complete next summer and will feature low-carbon smart technologies including energy-efficient LED lighting, shower save system, mechanical ventilation heat recovery and solar panels. 

RWinvest and Legacie Developments team are pictured on site in one of a number of projects

RWinvest and Legacie Developments team are pictured on site in one of a number of projects

RWinvest and Legacie Developments team are pictured on site in one of a number of projects

There will also be a rainwater recycling system, air-source heat pumps and a central building management server.

Further ongoing developments from Legacie in Liverpool include both the City Residence and sold-out City Terraces on the stunning Mersey waterfront plus One Baltic Square and The Summit in the Baltic Triangle area, again featuring a state-of-the-art gym and rooftop gardens. 

Michael Gledhill, director at Liverpool-based RWinvest, said: ‘RWinvest and Legacie Developments have forged a strong partnership to sell-out the flagship Parliament Square and we have helped deliver considerable international investment in their other projects.’

RWinvest is working with Legacie to promote their successful track record as a developer that delivers and in the climate of concern surrounding certain stalled developments in Liverpool and other parts of the UK, this is essential.

‘Liverpool is still seen as a strong destination for global investors and established companies such as Legacie Developments are ensuring that remains the case.’Legacie is also responsible for a sensitive reconstruction of one of Liverpool’s oldest buildings on the iconic Dale Street in what the company say is a ‘testament to their commitment in order to help the city thrive.

‘Mr Morley added: ‘We place Liverpool and our investors at the heart of everything we do in order to create a better city for everyone.’ 

Source: Daily Mail

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