Moda Living has held a two-day public engagement event for local residents and stakeholders to view proposals for Princes Reach, its proposed residential development at Princes Dock.
The events provided information about the development plans and gave residents and businesses the chance to view and comment on the proposals for an iconic waterside building. The development could provide 300 new city centre homes as well as inclusive community amenity facilities which focus on design, quality and place making for residents.
Dan Brooks, director at Moda Living, said: “The plans we have drawn up for Princes Reach will result in a truly iconic residential building. Our highly experienced design team has drawn on Liverpool’s transatlantic heritage as well as seeking inspiration from waterfront cities across the globe, and looking at historic buildings across the city to ensure that our plans are complementary with the overall masterplan for Liverpool Waters.
“We are thrilled to be contributing to the regeneration of this important part of the city and by extension, to Liverpool’s continued economic and cultural success.
“The public exhibition provides an ideal opportunity to discuss these plans with those who live and work in the city and care about its future as much as we do.”
Liverpool Waters comprises 60 hectares of historic dockland currently undergoing regeneration to create a world-class mixed use waterfront development quarter in Liverpool city centre.
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