Princes Dock Tower, Property Development Proposals, Design, River Mersey Waterfront Apartments, Hotel, News, Architects
Princes Dock Tower, Liverpool
Mersey Property Company Development, North West England Building, UK – design by RMJM Architects
Princes Dock Liverpool
Design proposal approved Jun 2007
Design: RMJM Architects
36 storeys high though please note this may vary
183 apartments, 135-bed hotel
For Mersey Property Company
More architecture details online soon
In 1895 Liverpool Riverside Station was opened, situated between Prince’s Dock and the River Mersey.
In 1968 B&I Line (operator of the Liverpool – Dublin service) commenced a new car ferry service from Carriers’ Dock further downriver. A passenger only service continued to use Prince’s Dock until 1969.
Ferry services from Prince’s Dock finally ended in November 1981 when P&O Ferries closed their Liverpool – Belfast overnight service. The dock subsequently closed to shipping and was partly filled.
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Princes Dock Tower architects : RMJM
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