There are many factors that make Infinity Waters in Liverpool an attractive prospect for investors and the local property market, including its striking design and enviable location.
Another key feature in the development’s favour is the involvement of Savills, one of the most prestigious real estate services firms.
Part of a strong team
Savills is one of a number of partners involved in the development and delivery of Infinity Waters.
It will be a key member of the project management team, providing services to the developer, Elliot Group.
The firm has huge experience in the property industry, having been founded in the mid-19th century. It now employs more than 30,000 people and operates in over 60 countries across the world.
Savills is part of a team that also includes Liverpool-based contractor Vermont, which Elliot Group has selected to deliver the first phase of the Infinity Waters scheme.
Vermont chief executive Mark Connor said: “We are delighted to be working with Elliot Group to deliver this landmark building, which we believe will set a new benchmark for residential accommodation within the city.”
He added that the Infinity scheme provides further evidence of “Liverpool’s progression and investors’ confidence in the city’s residential market”.
Architects Falconer Chester Hall designed the development – which will take the form of three separate towers climbing 27, 33 and 39 storeys high – while WSP will provide structural engineering services.
Strong demand from buyers and renters
Elliot Group director Elliot Lawless revealed that 70 per cent of the apartments available at Infinity Waters have already been sold to UK or overseas investors.
Buyers still have the opportunity to secure a 20 per cent early investor discount from Experience Invest, along with other assurances including seven per cent net rental returns guaranteed for three years.
The development also offers an excellent chance of consistent rental yields in the future, owing to strong demand from renters eager to find desirable living space in Liverpool, one of the UK’s most exciting, fastest-growing cities.