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    One of the tower blocks by Sefton Park, on the corner of Croxteth Road and Sefton Park Road. Work started a while back, ripping out all the insides, I thought it was being knocked down but boards went up a few weeks ago - it's being "upgraded" into luxury apartments.

    Liverpool Skyscraper to get a Makeover

    17-11-2006

    Leading independent estate agency, City Residential has announced that is to launch an exciting new residential development within one of Liverpool’s tallest buildings.

    Situated in Sefton Park, the fifteen storey Heysmoor Heights building, which measures 135 feet high, is to be completely transformed by FM Developments and converted into a modern apartment complex.

    Following a complete transformation of the building, the new development will contain one and two bedroom luxury apartments, which City Residential has now released off-plan, priced from 99,999 for one bedroom and 109,999 for two bedroom apartments.

    Steve Burns, managing director of City Residential commented, “The Heysmoor Heights building is in an excellent location near the stunning Sefton Park conservation area, and less than two and half miles from the city centre.

    “We are offering buyers a rare opportunity to get in quick and purchase a luxury property in one of Liverpool’s most prestigious residential areas, at a surprisingly affordable price.”

    The development is due for completion during late 2007 or early 2008.

    For more information, please contact the sales team at City Residential on 0151 231 6100.
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    "One of Liverpool's tallest buildings".

    At 135 feet.
    Yes that's feet, not metres.

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    Yes I noticed that too. Maybe no-one told them about Beetham

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    Default To be or not to be near Sefton Park

    Quote Originally Posted by iain View Post
    One of the tower blocks by Sefton Park, on the corner of Croxteth Road and Sefton Park Road. Work started a while back, ripping out all the insides, I thought it was being knocked down but boards went up a few weeks ago - it's being "upgraded" into luxury apartments.



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    Actually much nearer Princes Park which the block overlooks. Another example of estate agent hyperbole. I wonder how they'll get around the block's L8 post code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy View Post
    Actually much nearer Princes Park which the block overlooks. Another example of estate agent hyperbole. I wonder how they'll get around the block's L8 post code.
    I was surprised they kept the name Heysmoor Heights, which incidently, wasn't the original name (which I forget).

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    I wonder if they'll do the rest. 100,000 for these new apartments... how much were the old ones? Knock a few 0's off?

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