Luxury student apartment scheme offered to NHS workers caught up in crisis
Luxury student accommodation in Liverpool is being offered to NHS workers fighting to save people from coronavirus.
Niveda Realty Asset Managers has said that Calico situated close to John Moore’s University and The University of Liverpool Campuses can be used by NHS staff.
The firm has offered the use of its 735 bedroom scheme to the government.
The developer said the new-build development that launched for this academic year in September could be used for NHS key workers, working at the hospitals and primary care centres close by.
Established in 2010, Niveda Realty is a leading real estate developer and asset manager which specialises in the development and management of luxury residential property, student accommodation and hotels.
The company also specialises in equity and debt advisory delivering successful investment strategies across a diverse range of real estate sectors.
The highly experienced team is bringing over 500,000 square feet of real estate to fruition worth a GDV of £150 million in the coming two years and has further plans for continued growth and expansion.
Operating across key cities in the UK, the company is set to launch a boutique luxury apartment scheme, Crossways situated on The Bishops Avenue in May 2020.
The group will be developing further in Liverpool and are currently building another 404-bedroom student scheme in the city centre.
The company recently signed a franchise agreement with Moxy by Marriott Hotels for a 160 bedroom hotel in Liverpool city centre which will be operated by Cycas Hospitality.