Historically the Ropewalks area was the home of rope making for sailing in the 19th Century. Ropewalks has attracted £100 million of investment over the last decade, which has sparked the regeneration of Liverpool’s city centre and provided award winning architecture.
Ropewalks is now a vibrant mix of businesses, specialist independent shops and galleries, cafes, bars and places to eat. Throw in FACT for cinema and digital art, a grid of narrow streets and hidden squares, amazing 19th Century warehouse buildings, artists, music, Parr Street Studios, Cream, Chinatown, and it’s easy to see why this place is buzzing with activity.
Over the years, Urban Splash has delivered a number of buildings in the Ropewalks area, starting with the Tea Factory in 2000 and followed by the Vanilla Factory, Slater Studios, Concert Square and St. Peter’s Church. They have all helped to create a truly design led, mixed use environment with bars and restaurants, offices and homes all with a true urban village atmosphere.
Call our commercial team to arrange a viewing at any of our Ropewalks buildings.