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West Tower apartments go on sale with a brand new look

Published on January 17th 2013.

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DELPH Property Group is giving homebuyers in Liverpool a first glimpse inside its newly refurbished West Tower apartments this week when the doors open to the show apartments and the scheme officially launches for sales. 

Home to the Panoramic restaurant, West Tower was built by Beetham in 2007 but the majority of the building’s 123 two-bedroom apartments never made it to the market when the property developer went into administration.

The two-bedroom show apartments at the development, have stunning waterfront views any time of the year as student Ida Husoy's now-famous iPhone picture from one of them shows. Inside the view is just as fresh, have been styled by professional interior designers New ID Interiors with a contemporary feel in mind.


13-01 West Tower_Show Apartment 1 Ian Munslow of New ID Interiors, said: “We’ve used a striking colour combination of chocolate and taupe with accents of lime green and purple, in a mix of paint and feature wallpaper. It’s created a modern, aspirational look that perfectly suits city living and complements West Tower’s amazing views.” 

The show apartments help showcase how West Tower offers up to 925sq feet of living space – more than most other city centre apartments. Each apartment includes modern kitchens, floor to ceiling windows throughout, air conditioning and a master bedroom with en-suite as well as a further bedroom and bathroom.  

Delph now has a range of two-bedroom apartments available in the exclusive development starting at just £130,000. The apartments are being marketed by Jones Lang LaSalle.  

Richard Forman, head of sales and marketing for Delph, said:  “As Liverpool’s tallest building, the 40-storey West Tower offers some of the most amazing panoramic views over all of Liverpool and the Mersey, stretching as far as Snowdonia – and all the apartments have floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of it.

“The quality and finish of the apartments is also some of the best that the city has to offer and they cost 35 per cent less than other prime Liverpool developments.

13-01 West Tower_Show Apartment 2 

“We have already received a lot of interest from potential buyers – agreeing sales with several tenants already living in the building that want to purchase their apartments. We expect demand to be very high now that we are officially launching for sale and have show apartments ready to view.”

To find out more about West Tower, visit the sales office and show apartments on the 22nd floor of West Tower at Brook Street (open 7 days 10am-5pm from 19th January), call 0151 236 8800 or visit here.

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7 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousJanuary 23rd 2013.

If Beetham couldn't fill West Tower, why does Peel group think it can fill Shanghai Tower and the rest of Liverpool Waters?

AnonymousJanuary 30th 2013.

I wouldn't mind one of these

AnonymousApril 17th 2013.

Anyone buying these will regret it within weeks. The lifts seem to be programmed for the benefit of the restaurant and I have had to take the stairs... 20 floors numerous times because it just doesn't come.

The flats in the summer are SWELTERING! Luckily they have super expensive air conditioning. Sweat or be broke... Tough choice! You could of course open the windows, that is if you can. The wind not only pushes the windows shut, making it impossible for anyone with average upper body strength open them, it also makes the whole building sway and creak so say goodbye to your 8 hours a night!

On top of that, the walls are paper thin, the bathroom ventilation is non existent and the floors and fitted kitchens are poorly installed.

I cannot stress enough how over rated these flats are, I just thank Delph for selling them and it has encouraged my boyfriend to agree to move out.

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AnonymousJuly 27th 2013.

The lifts are not specially programmed for the restaurant. No matter how many floors call the lift it goes to the highest one first and collects everyone else on the way down. 9 times out of 10 it will go to the restaurant as they call the lift a lot but it will always stop on the way down. I have lived her 3 years and this would never happen.

Sandra SwiftApril 19th 2013.

Sounds like you are upset. How many times did you have to wait for the lift. How long. I would have gone to the restaurant then to my floor.

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AnonymousJuly 27th 2013.

Patience costs nothing :)

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