Knight Knox’s £25m Silkhouse Court sells out
Knight Knox, the specialist property consultancy based in Manchester, has announced the complete sell-out of 193 luxury apartments in Liverpool city centre. , even before construction work is complete
Silkhouse Court – developed by Fortis Developments, in conjunction with Signature Living – is a £25m scheme comprising of spacious studios and large one- and two-bedroom apartments, all of which have been snapped up by investors.
Construction work at the 15-storey apartment tower, which boasts outstanding views of Liverpool and the River Mersey, is expected to conclude in Q4 2017.
Silkhouse Court – a converted building from the 1980s – is Knight Knox’s 24th development in partnership with Fortis.
The contemporary complex is complete with an on-site gymnasium, secure bicycle storage and concierge service, as well as 48 private parking spaces for residents.
Located on Tithebarn Street in the heart of Liverpool’s bustling city centre, Silkhouse Court only a short walk from the famous Albert Dock.
Andy Phillips, commercial director at Knight Knox, said: “Liverpool’s economy is booming and landlords are clearly drawn by the fantastic opportunities it presents. The city has strong connections to global markets, many multinational businesses choose to invest here and it’s a real hub of art and culture, which only enhances its attraction to investors.
“We’re thrilled that Silkhouse Court has been received so well and we look forward to welcoming the first tenants.”
The sell-out scheme is the 15th successful buy-to-let development by Knight Knox in Liverpool and joins over 75 projects across the UK. Additional sell-out schemes by the two companies include the award-winning Adelphi Wharf in Salford.