The new Cargo Building has had its launch party and we went along to inspect the Baltic Triangle’s latest residential development and to look at some of the plush new apartments ready for occupancy.
The great and good of Liverpool turned out for the launch event for the new Cargo Building development in the Baltic Triangle. The residential apartments block were officially opened by the Deputy Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Christine Banks in a ceremony to mark the completion of this contemporary and iconic new structure.
This event was the culmination of years of hard work in which the developers overcame a number of different obstacles – including construction issues and changes of ownership. However, this project has transformed a previously derelict space into an impressive new community and will play a major part in attracting more people to this vibrant area.
The launch event was organised by OCD Event Management and catered for by Coffee & Fandisha – businesses both based in the Baltic Triangle and an indication of how this development is already making links and creating partnerships with the local community.
The Deputy Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Christine Banks said: “It is an honour to be here at the official opening of the Cargo Building and I am delighted to be a part of such a wonderful event and for such a great development. Housing is a a very important issue and this project delivers just what Liverpool needs – a selection of high quality homes to rent.”
What’s available at Cargo Building?
The apartments themselves were built off-site in Cheshire then lifted into place at Cargo piece by piece. The scheme is now fully complete and includes more than 300 apartments for rent – offering stunning views of Liverpool’s famous waterfront.
There is an assortment of one, two and three bedroom properties and all come with free private gym access, car parking facilities, and bike storage, customised furniture options and free wifi. The building also caters for pet owners with an a very attractive pet policy and the promise that all applications will be dealt with on a case by case basis.
As you would expect, there has been massive demand for places and 200 of the apartments have already been let but there is still time to stake your claim. There are 124 apartments still available – all promising fantastic a location in one of the UK’s ‘coolest places to live’.
Jane Yates, General Manager of the Cargo Building said: “We were delighted to see so many of our residents and partners join us for Thursday nights launch. Whilst we believed that the quality of our product and the additional services that we offer would prove attractive to those looking to rent we are extremely pleased to have let 200 of the 324 apartments in the three months since opening our doors.”
So, if you are interested in becoming part of the Baltic Triangle community and setting up home in one of it’s most attractive locations get in touch with Cargo Team now and register you interest here.