Redwing Living is preparing to set up home in a new location at the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks district.
Sales, marketing, property management and asset management teams from the housing firm will relocate from Henry Street to the Saunders Building on Duke Street.
The move to two levels of the Redwing-owned warehouse conversion is expected to take place in July, coinciding with a refresh of Redwing Living’s brand.
Customers will be able to visit the ground floor of the site, which opens onto Duke Street, as it provides a dedicated space for the company’s estate agency with sales advisors on hand.
Meanwhile the lower ground floor, on Campbell Square, will enable teams to work together across client projects in its open plan flexible working spaces.
Lindsay Bromby, operations director at Redwing Living, says: “Our move to 16 Duke Street presents some fantastic opportunities for Redwing as we continue to evolve our service offer.
“We’ll be in the middle of the Ropewalks on Duke Street and a short walk from the Baltic Triangle. There’s huge growth in the property market across the area and Redwing will be at the heart.”
Redwing Living is sponsoring the Community Award at the year’s NWPAs which take place on 10 October at Lutyens Crypt in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.