Duke Street Precinct

Comprehensive inner city regeneration project

Award-winning comprehensive inner city “public / private partnership” regeneration project involving the redevelopment of a dilapidated Historic Victorian Warehouse precinct in the heart of Liverpool City Centre.

The project involved the restoration and repurposing of a number of historically important warehouse buildings combined with selective demolition and redevelopment of key sites within the precinct. The resultant ‘award winning’ mixed-use precinct includes a range of loft-style apartments, a student housing complex, work-live design-studio units, managed and self-contained commercial office developments, a heritage centre, bars, cafes and speciality retail outlets.

Client
Liverpool City Council, Rosemary Duke Street & Beetham Organisation

Location
Liverpool, United Kingdom

Project Value
$100m “Single Regeneration Budget” Partnership Project

Awards
Roses Design Award 2002
RTPI Regional Award 2002

Note: Project carried out while Managing Associate, Brock Carmichael Architects Ltd