Plans for an £80 million residential skyscraper at Liverpool’s Princes Dock have been revealed.
Princes Reach is envisioned as a 34-storey luxury development with an on-site gymnasium, garden, roof terrace and private cinema room for residents to enjoy.
Developer Moda Living has submitted plans for the New York-style skyscraper to the council as part of the £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration scheme. Apache Capital Partners, acting on behalf of Middle Eastern investors, has backed the proposals.
Architects Falconer Chester Hall is responsible for the design of the building, which will house 304 rental apartments if the plans receive the green light.
Tony Brooks, joint managing director at Moda Living, says: “Our development will deliver much-needed homes for rent with fantastic amenities in a 24-hour managed building which will provide the best space for residents to socialise and relax as well as opportunities for those who want their workplace on their doorstep.
“The genuine passion from the city council and the mayor, as well as support from the local community has been overwhelming. We have worked in collaboration with Peel on their masterplan for this unique part of the city and are very excited about our first Moda Living development in Liverpool.”