Plans for a mixed-use scheme on the outskirts of Liverpool city centre have been revealed.
The proposed development on a vacant plot between Sefton Street and Caryl Street comprises 198 apartments and 6,189 sq ft of office space.
A planning application submitted to Liverpool City Council by Eloquent Global Ltd also features plans for 110 car parking spaces and 198 cycle parking spaces.
The proposed scheme is split across two blocks, one flanking Sefton Street (Block A) with a second alongside Caryl Street (Block B) – the towers will be connected via a communal courtyard.
Block A, a six-storey building, will accommodate office space on the ground floor with 95 residential apartments on the upper five levels. Block B will be eight storeys, comprising 103 flats.
According to a planning statement prepared by Roman Summer Associates, the office space could result in 44 jobs being created.