China’s BCEGI to build £90m Liverpool rental tower

China’s BCEGI to build £90m Liverpool rental tower

BCEGI has been appointed to build a £90m, 34-story residential tower -The Lexington by MODA Living, a developer and operator of homes to rent. The Lexington marks BCEGI’s first major residential project in Liverpool.

Designed by Falconer Chester Hall architects, the £90 million 34-storey structure overlooks Liverpool waterfront, recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The Lexington – named after its New York-inspired design – is part of Peel Land and Property’s £5 billion Liverpool Waters regeneration project which will see the creation of five brand new neighbourhoods.

The scheme is just a stone’s throw away from the Three Graces – the Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – that give the city its iconic waterfront.

Once completed, The Lexington will offer 325 high quality homes designed exclusively for rent, with apartments ranging from studios to three-beds. Residents will also have access to over 15,000 sq. ft. of dedicated amenity space, including a 17th floor sky lounge, dedicated gym and workout space opening onto roof gardens, with outdoor dining kitchen and co-working space.

The Lexington is due to open in 2021.

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