New Luxury Apartments from Living Brick
26th June 2019
Town, the hospitality arm of Liverpool developer Living Brick, has confirmed that it has acquired another property in Liverpool City Centre in York Street. The announcement comes at a time when Liverpool’s visitor economy is booming with the city voted as one of the UK’s top 5 tourist destinations.
The new property – York Street Townhouse – will open in September 2019 after an extensive refurbishment programme that will see the creation of six bespoke apartments for social group accommodation for up to 12 guests.
This latest development comes on the back of a busy period for Living Brick which has seen the opening of a number of luxury serviced apartments in Liverpool city centre, work begin on The Baltic Hotel, Jamaica Street into a boutique hotel, bar and restaurant (opening in March 2020) and work beginning on The Duke Street Boutique Hotel (also opening in March 2020). All of Living Brick’s buildings have been developed to provide a unique experience for guests with an emphasis on location, luxury and service.
Commenting on this latest development, Living Brick Director, Kev Doran said:
“At Living Brick we’ve always had a vision to offer something a little bit different and unique – our apartments and hotels allow people to really relax and enjoy their time with us. We’ve brought together a very experienced hospitality team that have created wonderful apartments and rooms in the Townhouse that, we hope will set a new standard for indulgent hospitality in the city.”
“York Street Townhouse is a real twist on the idea of an urban staycation. We are offering guests the opportunity to book an apartment that can accommodate up to 12 guests, and then allow them to pick of a menu of luxury extras including bars stocked with their favourite drink, pamper packages and meals delivered in based upon their tastes or occasion.”
Liverpool’s tourism value is worth £4.7 billion to the local economy with over 64 million people visiting the region. The overall value of foreign tourism to Liverpool rose from £254m to £358m over 2017.