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Harcourt hopes to complete the entire master plan for Stanley Dock within the next four years. Credit: Northwest Square
Harcourt Developments has sold more than 100 of the first 192 apartments in the iconic Liverpool building, while the second phase of the project is due to be completed in around two years.
Location North West was invited to discover the progress of the project.
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Facts and figures
There are 86 different apartment configurations in the first phase. Apartments range in size from 950 square feet to 2,750 square feet. Prices range from £235,000 to £610,000.
The tobacco warehouse, the largest brick structure of its type in the world, is being transformed by Harcourt Developments. The building has an area of 1.6 m² and was constructed with 27 m bricks.
The Grade 2 listed Stanley Dock building, built in 1901, is being redeveloped in three phases. Following the completion of the first phase, which was backed by a £40 million development loan from Qsix Real Estate Finance, the next tranche of 180 apartments is to be delivered by contractor Abercorn Construction in 2024.
Overall, the Dublin-based Harcourt’s Tobacco Warehouse project is to deliver 538 apartments and 100,000 square feet of ground floor retail space in three phases. Darmody Architecture leads the design of the project.
An earlier phase of Stanley Dock’s wider regeneration saw the creation of the Titanic Hotel, which was completed in 2014.
Harcourt plans to begin work on a 99-suite aparthotel in the former South Warehouse later this year.
The developer plans to complete its Stanley Dock master plan within the next four years, according to Pat Power, director of Stanley Dock Properties, Harcourt’s delivery vehicle.
The larger context
Tobacco Warehouse is part of the Ten Streets regeneration area, a 125-acre dockland area to be redeveloped into a ‘creativity district’ with 1 square meter of development.
Other emerging schemes at Liverpool’s historic docks include Peel L&P’s £5 billion Liverpool Waters and Everton FC’s new 53,000 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock..
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