Liverpool ONE


Liverpool ONE is the result of Grosvenor’s vision to remake a city centre in a way that is sympathetic to its history

Liverpool ONE, a 250,000sq m Grosvenor development in the heart of Liverpool which is managed by Grosvenor Europe comprises of over 200 shops, more than 500 apartments, three hotels, 25 restaurants, a 14-screen Odeon cinema, three office buildings, an Green Flag awarded five-acre public park, 2,000 car parking spaces and a public transport interchange.

Liverpool ONE is the result of Grosvenor’s vision to remake a city centre in a way that is sympathetic to its history. It is no exaggeration to say it is probably the most successful regeneration project of the modern era. Liverpool ONE has acted as the catalyst for the regeneration of the wider city-region, while ensuring that the development itself has delivered positive commercial, social and environmental benefits. Liverpool is once again the 'go to' destination for the region.

Liverpool ONE has proved highly popular with both visitors and occupiers, with the strength and depth of its occupier mix attracting 29 million visitors annually, ensuring both footfall and sales have posted faster growth than the UK average every year. It has firmly established itself as the destination of choice for shopping, leisure and tourism.

Attracting international brands, and playing host to many retail flagships, Liverpool ONE’s lineup includes Arket, Cos, Zara, Harvey Nichols Beauty Bazaar, Ralph Lauren, Zara, Flannels, &Other Stories, Apple amongst the 200 plus stores. Over 10 years since the opening of Liverpool ONE on 1 October 2008, people from Liverpool, the UK, and abroad flock to this unique retail and leisure development created within an existing city.

Liverpool ONE has restarted the city’s beating heart that will power its future growth and development. It has demonstrated that if leaders and stakeholders can join together, whether under a single ownership or as a consortium, a city can stand out as a location that people will want to engage with. 

A decade of urban transformation

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