Moda, The Lexington officially opened its doors in September, with 40% of the Liverpool building’s homes already reserved.
Named after its New York-inspired design, the building is part of Peel Land and Property’s £5bn Liverpool Waters regeneration project. Standing 34 storeys high on the waterfront, the striking building is one of the highest residential towers in Liverpool.
The leasing milestone for The Lexington demonstrates a strong performance that was achieved almost exclusively through social media and Moda Living’s own database. Within three days of launching in June this year, 100 tours had been booked, and 570 enquiries were fielded during the month.
Aligning with Moda’s ethos of delivering radically different developments designed to maximise residents’ health, wellbeing, lifestyle, sense of community, and use of technology, Moda’s The Lexington provides everything needed for modern living including outdoor roof terraces with citywide views, bespoke work from home spaces and a 24/7 onsite gym.
The first resident move ins were followed by a launch party for the building, featuring food, drink and entertainment from a range of independents from the Liverpool area, as part of Moda’s ongoing commitment to supporting its local communities and economies. These included sweet treats from The Baking Buddha, live portraits from The Nest and live music from SaxMode, as well as food and drink from Madre, Liverpool Gin, Carnival Brewing and Ten Streets Wine.
The neighbourhood, which was delivered with Harrison Street and Apache Capital Partners, was designed by Falconer Chester Hall Architects and built by contractor BCEGI.
Moda Living director Dan Brooks said: “I am thrilled that reservations at The Lexington have been so strong from the outset, which is even more impressive when you consider the first phase of the building was let entirely through our social media channels. It shows there is clear demand for the new way of living and renting Moda is offering, and I look forward to seeing the neighbourhood coming to life as the first residents move in.”
Jenna Lloyd, General Manager at Moda, The Lexington said: “We’re delighted to have seen such uptake for our apartments at Moda, The Lexington, following unprecedented demand for our show-flat viewings, which started in June this year. At Moda, we pride ourselves on providing community-first living that prioritises wellbeing and takes the stress out of renting, and we’re looking forward to opening our doors and introducing residents to the Moda way of life this September.”