More homes could be coming to Liverpool city centre’s Baltic Triangle district under new plans.
Proposals to build a complex of 145 apartments have been submitted to Liverpool City Council.
If approved, the proposed development would stand at 11 storeys at its highest point and would also host ground floor commercial space, parking facilities for residents and associated landscaping.
The application site, 12-30 Parliament Street, is currently occupied by commercial units which will be demolished if the plans receive the go-ahead from the local authority’s planning committee.
Several potential uses for the commercial space would be permitted under the terms of the planning application, including retail, food and drink, and business.
Situated close to the former Cains Brewery, 12-30 Parliament Street is currently home to a number of businesses, including Lacy Roofing, Gemini Signs & Graphics and Pro-Tek Security Services.
One of the fastest growing areas of Liverpool, the Baltic Triangle has become a creative hub in the city centre, having attracted a number of digital businesses and creative organisations.
Local restaurant and hotel brand Vincent recently revealed plans to add a luxury 306-room hotel complete with a rooftop pool, outdoor circuit training terrace and basement events space to the area.