Paradise Street Liverpool – Development

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Paradise Street Liverpool

Merseyside Retail Redevelopment Project, England, UK: Shopping

20 Oct 2007

Paradise St Liverpool

Liverpool One development by Grosvenor

Paradise Street redevelopment – masterplan
Design: BDP Architects
Reputedly the largest city centre regeneration project in Europe, this is a retail-led renewal of a huge swathe of the built environment.

Paradise Street – bus station
Design: Wilkinson Eyre, Architects
Paradise Street Liverpool Paradise Street bus station Paradise St bus station
photos © Adrian Welch, Oct 2007

Paradise Street – multistorey car park : Q-Park building, Liverpool
Design: Wilkinson Eyre, Architects
Paradise Street car park
photo © Adrian J Welch, Oct 2007

Paradise Street – Retail & Leisure Complex
Date built: 2008
Design: Allies & Morrison, Architects
Paradise Street
photo © Adrian J Welch, Oct 2007

Paradise Street – John Lewis store, Liverpool
Design: John McAslan & Partners, Architects
Paradise Street Paradise Street
photo © Adrian J Welch, Oct 2007

Paradise Street – retail building, Lord St, Liverpool
Design: Groupe 6, Architects
Paradise Street
photo © AW, Oct 2007

One Park West – Tower
Date built: 2009
Design: Cesar Pelli Architects
One Park West Tower One Park West
photos © Adrian J Welch, Oct 2007
17/22 storeys high, for Grosvenor: Part of Liverpool One project

Paradise Street Bridge
Design: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Paradise Street Bridge
photo © Tim Soar

Chavasse Park – new Hilton hotel
Date built: 2006-07
Design: Squire & Partners, architects + Aedas Architects
Approximate building cost: £35m
Location: adjacent to Chavasse Park & Cesar Pelli tower

Traditional Paradise Street building adj. new John Lewis store:
Paradise Street building Paradise St building
photos © Adrian Welch, Oct 2007

Paradise St buildings
photos © AJW, Oct 2007


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Liverpool ONE
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Liverpool ONE

Liverpool ONE is a shopping, residential and leisure complex in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The Liverpool ONE project, previously known as The Paradise Project, involved the redevelopment of 42 acres (170,000 m²) of underutilised land in Liverpool city centre. It is a retail led development, anchored by department stores Debenhams and John Lewis, with additional elements including leisure facilities (anchored by a 14-screen Odeon cinema and 36-hole adventure golf centre), apartments, offices, public open space and transport improvements. The completion of Liverpool ONE significantly boosted the local economy as well as lifted Liverpool into the top five most popular retail destinations in the UK. Liverpool ONE is the largest open air shopping centre in the United Kingdom and the 10th largest overall.

The majority of the Liverpool ONE development was opened in phases on 29 May 2008 and 1 October 2008, during Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture, whilst the final residential units opened in early 2009. The cost of construction associated with the project was £500m, with a total investment value of £920m.
Source: wikipedia

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Paradise Street Liverpool Buildings – page

Website: Paradise Street

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