A Liverpool landmark
Stanley Dock sits proudly at the heart of Liverpool's historic docks, the largest and most complete system of historic docks anywhere in the world. Comprising three architecturally and historically important buildings, one of which is the Tobacco Warehouse, Stanley Dock and the surrounding waterfront are a protected UNESCO World Heritage site.
Already developed just across the dock is the outstanding Titanic Hotel & Rum Warehouse, winner of multiple awards for heritage, regeneration and operations.
Tobacco Warehouse is helping to reinvigorate this area further, acting as a catalyst for the regeneration of the 'Atlantic Corridor'.
Described as a sleeping giant by the Mayor Joe Anderson, the ‘Atlantic Corridor’ encompasses Liverpool Waters and a zone called the Ten Streets that runs from the city centre to Stanley Dock.
Former warehouses are being converted into premises for start-up businesses in the artistic, creative and digital fields, and the population is projected to significantly increase in the coming years.View an aerial 360 photo of Stanley Dock and the surrounding area
The next big thing
The Ten Streets is the emerging creative district for Liverpool - already home to performance venues, antique markets, nightclubs, art exhibitions and collectives.
Eat, drink and shop at the Ten Streets Market, enjoy a show at Kazimier theatre, take a DJ class in Pirate Studios or a tasting session run by Liverpool’s best breweries, the Ten Streets is fast becoming an exciting cultural cluster that's redefining the North Docks.
"At the North Docks, we’re housed slap bang in the middle of the city’s spiritual engine room, where things have been made and fixed for hundreds of years." ~ Make Liverpool
UNESCO world heritage site
Stanley Dock sits within Liverpool’s World Heritage Site boundary and contains some of the city’s most important and dramatic maritime warehouses including Liverpool’s largest listed structure - Tobacco Warehouse.
UNESCO World Heritage status is a matter of huge civic pride, and protects Stanley Dock's unique industrial architecture for the future.
World Heritage status is given to areas of outstanding universal value to the international community and Liverpool was inscribed - 'Maritime Mercantile City' - by UNESCO as 'the supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global influence.'
This status ranks Liverpool alongside other internationally-known historic cities such as Venice, Paris, Vienna and Edinburgh.
Floors 1 to 3, courtyard 1: available for occupation in 2020.
Floors 3 to 12 + penthouses, courtyard 1: available for occupation in 2021.
Please note, this is a projected timeline and may be subject to variance.Check availability