Situated within walking distance to Liverpool’s breathtaking waterfront, the Royal Liver Building is one of the most beautiful structures in the historic city. It was opened in 1911 and is known as one of Liverpool’s Three Graces and is a Grade I listed building. Its distinctive feature is the inclusion of two fabled Liver Birds which are placed on top and watch over the city and the sea. Legend is that if the two birds were to fly away, the city would cease to exist. It is truly an eye-catching property, so what is going on inside it now?
In 2015, it is home to the Liver Lounge which is situated in the basement of the building and offers a café and Wi-Fi facilities. It also contains The Royal Liver Conference and Meeting Rooms, which are used for conferences, meetings, promotional events, presentations, seminars and even fashion shows Inflatable Happy Clown Bouncer.
It will forever be a staple in the city of Liverpool and capture imaginations of all who cross it. A fine example of a commercial property at its most interesting and unique.
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