Liverpool-based property developer Integritas Property Group (IPG) has announced the final phase of apartments as part of its £41.5 million city-centre development Bastion and Central Point.
Central Point Encore is the final phase to be announced by the 'ethical developer' - and includes 52 apartments across seven floors. It will offer a mix of studio, one and two-bedroomed residences at the Naylor Street site.
The building, designed by Snow Architects, boasts riverside living thanks to its proximity to the River Mersey. It also provides the convenience of city centre amenities and is situated just a short walk from the World Heritage Albert Dock Conversation area.
The developer says each apartment will be tastefully decorated with the best in modern and sustainable fixtures, including high specification bathroom and en-suite shower room fittings, flooring and light and electrical fittings.
There will be the option for investors to have furniture packs starting at just £3,500, which will be selected and matched by IPG’s interior design consultant.
Further to the above, residents of the scheme will also have access to a communal residents’ garden, concierge, bike storage and residential parking spaces.
Mitchell Walsh, managing director of IPG, commented: “The launch of our final phase at this exciting site is a tremendous milestone for us and we are offering investors and renters alike the chance to enjoy a slice of one of the most vibrant, and fastest growing, places in the UK.
He added: “It comes at a great time for the North West property market, with house prices predicted to grow by 24 per cent in the next five years – more than 40m people visit Liverpool each year, there is around £1.6bn year-on-year economic growth here, and we’re giving people the opportunity to join us in being a part of this city’s success."
“As an ethical property developer, IPG is committed to injecting money back into the communities surrounding our project sites, and we are proud to be working with such a fantastic pool of local talent within our supply chain, offering jobs to local people.”
Construction on Central Point Encore is expected to start in July 2023, with work set to reach completion in Q4 2024.