During Liverpool’s resurgence as one of the U.K’s top destinations, our city planners had left behind one of Liverpool’s best loved Street’s. Although Bold street has been left behind in regard to investment it has never lost it’s quirky bohemian feel and while you take a stroll along this Street you can’t help feeling that you are no longer within the parameters of Liverpool’s City centre.
Liverpool One has acted like the good looking brother forcing Bold street into submission, but alas all is not lost, There is a scheme that has been championed by such visionary companies such as the Iliad property group who are part of a scheme which is called the Ropewalk scheme, which will bring Bold Street back to it’s former glory.
I would like to think that Signature Living will have a significant part to play as we have just gained permission to re furbish a stunning sandstone building to house over 42 guests and these incoming guests we will be helping many of Bold Street’s independent retailers.
Our aim is to bild 2 x 16 bed apartments and another apartment with 10 beds and as always we will be building these apartments to the very same high standards that our guests have grown accustomed to. We are due to start our new project on the 15th June and the apartments will be open for occupancy on the 15th October.
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Bold Street is yet another not-to-be-missed Liverpool shopping street, famous for its lively independent cafes, alternative boutiques and bohemian food stores.
Liverpool Bold Street runs from the celebrated bombed-out church, St Luke’s, at one end, to the main Liverpool shopping area around Clayton Square at the other. Bold Street is largely pedestrianised or closed to cars, and it has all sorts of shops lining its pavements. In fact, you can find just about everything you could possibly need on Bold Street.
There is funky furniture at Zen, the world food general store Mattas, specialising mainly in Asian delicacies, the underground dance record shop 3 Beat Records on Slater Street, just off Bold Street, and top gifts boutique and contemporary modern design shop Utility.
Bold Street even has its own hat specialist, Hatz B4U Assk, as well as bridal and evening wear boutique Cherry Blossoms, and better-known fashion favourites such as Kookai and Dune. There is even a Waterstone’s on Bold Street.
Alongside Liverpool ONE, the Metquarter and Cavern Walks, Liverpool’s Bold Street adds an extra, friendly alternative to the whole Liverpool shopping experience.
Bold Street has been nominated for ‘Best Shopping Street’. The Google Street View Awards are a celebration of Britain’s best streets, to be voted for in a nationwide poll in the heart of Liverpool’s RopeWalks quarter, is well known for its mix of creative and independent businesses. These include a recording company, a fine art gallery, graphic designers, charities, dress designers, music teachers, model makers, antique dealers, as well the Liverpool Academy of Arts, the Liverpool Actors Studio, Alma De Cuba, Peacocks, Heebie Jeebies, Lago, The Blue Angel. The Zanzibar and The Masque Theatre. The street is also in between FACT and Parr Street Studios.
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