In 1901 Liverpool had a dream: to build the biggest warehouse the world had ever seen - a building fit for a thriving city at the heart of global trade. Tobacco Warehouse was born, a monument to the dreams of hard working Liverpudlians.
But times move on, dreams fade and fortunes change. The Tobacco Warehouse fell into disuse and disrepair.
Now it's time to dream big again. To dream of an iconic building made great once more - of a thriving community, a new place to live, work and play.
Tobacco Warehouse. Dream big.
Modern living in an iconic location
Tobacco Warehouse brings New York-style 'loft living' to historic Stanley Dock. Exposed brickwork, cast-iron columns and concrete ceiling beams combine with impeccable modern design to propel this iconic building into the 21st century whilst preserving its original architectural charm.Find out more
Liverpool's next big thing
Tobacco Warehouse is at the heart of a wider regeneration project that is seeing this once prosperous part of Merseyside returning to its former glory.
Stanley Dock and the surrounding Ten Streets area are being brought back to life with an injection of chic hotels, restaurants, leisure and creative businesses, including the spectacular new Everton Football Club stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.Find out more
The lap of luxury
This award-winning boutique hotel & spa boasts one of the coolest dining spaces in the city, a truly amazing rum bar, and outdoor seating areas with views of Tobacco Warehouse & Stanley Dock.
Morning coffee, weekend brunch or celebratory drinks - you're sure to love The Titanic Hotel!
Echoes of the past
Our built heritage represents an important echo of our past, and Stanley Dock is part of Liverpool's remarkable maritime history. A dedicated conservation area, Stanley Dock includes many listed buildings, including the Grade II* North Warehouse and the Grade II Tobacco Warehouse.
Watch the video to discover more about the extraordinary history of Tobacco Warehouse.
Liverpool: A Northern Powerhouse
UK's #1 Property Hotspot
Recent analysis shows Liverpool is the UK's number one property hotspot, with house prices growing by an average of 14% in 2021.
The figure, included in Liverpool: A Northern Powerhouse, Dockside Regeneration Property Report, found the city is outperforming the likes of Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and London. The price of apartments is also 60% cheaper per sq.ft. than in the capital.
The growth figures for Liverpool have been steady for a decade now, with prices more than 50% when compared with ten years ago.Read the full report
Packed with potential
With over 100,000 sq.ft. of mixed commercial waterfront space and hundreds of new apartments, Tobacco Warehouse presents a superb opportunity for retail, restaurants, offices and gallery space and is currently home to the Liverpool Biennial arts festival.Find out more
Find your dream home
Phase one of the project is now complete and comprises the western end of the warehouse transformed into 192 one, two & three-bedroom apartments and exceptional penthouses.
The first 70% have been sold so we encourage potential residents and investors to act swiftly. Check availability, find your perfect apartment, and schedule a tour with Logic Estates today.Property Search
Prices and charges
Apartment sizes 958 sq.ft - 2700 sq.ft
2 & 3 bedroom duplex apartments & penthouses
Extensive views dockside, waterside & city
24-hour concierge & management team
Apartment prices £265,000 - £610,000
Parking £15,000 per space
Leasehold 250 years
Annual ground rent Peppercorn £0.00
Service charge dependent on size of apartment – £1.59 p.a. per sq.ft. (2023 estimate)
Car parking charged separately
Energy rating (EPC) B
Reservation Fee £1,000
Exchange deposit 10% less £1,000 reservation fee payable 28 days from receipt of contract
Please note prices and charges may be subject to variation over time