The iconic city is the home of The Beatles, two world-class football teams andt has the largest number of museums and galleries in the UK outside of London.
The city has a treasured UNESCO World Heritage
waterfront and was the European Capital
of Culture in 2008.
194 start-ups in
Over 600,000 visitors
This historical area is one of the last locations in the city which offers redevelopment opportunities, with a surge of investment already entered into the area.
Its proximity to the city’s centre combined with excellent transport links and local amenities make the Baltic Triangle a sought-after area.
Former warehouses have been transformed into independent bars, start-up businesses and unique events spaces that appeal to the younger demographic.
From unique bars and restaurants to pop up galleries and exhibitions, visitors flock to this trendy part of Liverpool to ditch the norm and explore another side of this much-loved city.