Why choose Liverpool to relocate your commercial business?
Liverpool and the Merseyside area is currently experiencing a boom in commercial property investment in 2017.
This is welcome news to local businesses and residents alike for many reasons.
As an example, Farhad Moshiri - an Iranian billionaire and largest shareholder of Everton FC - was involved in the recent purchase of the iconic Royal Liver Building. Mr Moshiri was a major shareholder in the consortium led by Corestate Capital which bought the Liver Building for £48m. This investment has helped provide a boost in Commercial Property interest and sales in the Liverpool area.
Centaur Propeties is located less than 6 miles away from this iconic building and offers a whole range of business premises for let in all shapes and sizes.
Goodison Park, the home of Everton Football Club, is located just off Walton Lane, less than 3 miles away from Centaur Properties Liverpool HQ. This club is due to be relocated just down the road at Bramley-Moore Docks, according to news reports. A new football stadium is said to be in planning stage but no doubt will include consultation with the fans on stadium capacity and design features etc. and will be of great benefit to the area.
Large scale commercial ventures such as these have a knock-on effect within the community and provide added attraction to overseas investors and businesses relocating to the area. This provides extra jobs and income for residents of Liverpool while increasing the demand for commercial property in the area such as offices, workshops, and warehousing, all which Centaur Properties has on offer.
This has also caused a bit of excitement locally as Commercial Property deals have increased significantly in the past year and a half.
Centaur Properties currently has commercial property to let in Walton and Liverpool, in the area surrounding Everton and Liverpool Football Clubs. These range from small right through to large scale sized units with prices to suit all businesses looking to relocate to the area.