Tobacco Warehouse has long been a recognisable part of the Liverpool skyline, dominating Stanley Dock and the surrounding area. Once an industrial powerhouse, the warehouse now provides inspiring homes, vibrant businesses and a genuine sense of community. Following it's extensive refurbishment, it's now re-emerged as one of the city’s true architectural landmarks. Tobacco Warehouse is within easy walking distance of Liverpool’s business, retail and cultural districts. From modern offices to galleries, fine dining to iconic music venues, the very best of Liverpool is on your doorstep.
With two thirds of the UK living within a two-hour drive, Liverpool is one of the best-connected cities in the UK. Its excellent transport network provides easy access to all UK, European and international destinations. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is just nine miles away from the city centre and connects to all UK and European destinations while the nearby Manchester Airport serves all major international routes. The main rail station, Liverpool Lime Street, provides excellent links to the rest of the UK, getting you to London in just over two hours and Manchester in just 47 minutes.
Liverpool sits at the centre of a regional population of 1.5 million people who drive a regional economy worth approximately £30bn. The city has a young, growing population and is an incredibly attractive business destination, particularly in the finance, manufacturing, digital and creative sectors. A third of the workforce is currently aged 16-19 and a fifth in their 20s. These are the people who are creating businesses which are pushing economic growth onwards in the city. Immediately to the south of Tobacco Warehouse is the Ten Streets creative district, where former warehouses are being converted into premises for start-up businesses in the artistic, creative and digital sectors. This upcoming neighbourhood - with public spaces, pocket parks and urban squares - will connect Tobacco Warehouse to the wider city, creating a new, integrated district in an expanding city centre and waterfront. Liverpool is home to over 70,000 students, and the strong demand for accommodation for them is set to continue. Benefitting from proximity to Liverpool’s Royal Hospital.
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