North Point is worth considering as the unique ability to cater for an evolving occupational need gives it an advantage over nearby residences
(PRWEB UK) 2 December 2016
North Point House seamlessly integrates the workplace and home. Considered as an alternative to co-working, it accommodates the needs of home workers, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Individuals can live and work in separate parts of the same building, fusing professional and personal lives together.
Recognising the global trend for co-working space and increased prevalence of people working from home, the developer has created a residential abode. Inhabitants can live in an apartment and access the studio / workshop space located within the same development. For entrepreneurs or those who run small creative businesses, it eliminates additional costs associated with renting a co-working space, and commuting couldn’t be easier – allowing individuals to work at any hour they feel most productive.
North Point is nestled in the exciting new Liverpool district of Pumpfields. Pumpfields lies directly to the north of Liverpool’s city centre, and is a short walk from the independent bars and restaurants in Ropewalks, Liverpool’s waterside attractions and Liverpool’s Business District. The proximity to these amenities is ideal for freelancers and entrepreneurs seeking a stimulating atmosphere, and having Moorfields Merseyrail station a short walk away is perfect for traveling to impromptu meetings.
The number of freelancers, entrepreneurs and people working from home is on the rise due to the development in new technologies and an increasing number of companies looking to reduce their overheads and expenditure. Just recently, Lloyd’s announced that it will begin to allow up to 30% of its employees to work flexibly, and by 2020 it is predicted that 50% of the UK’s workforce will be freelancers.
With the shift in how and where people are choosing to do business, co-working has emerged as an innovative solution to meet the evolving needs of the workforce. For freelancers or entrepreneurs who wish to make new business connections and work in a stimulating environment, co-working spaces are worth consideration. For those who either do not have or want to spend the funds on a co-working desk space, prefer working in solitude or cannot easily access a co-working facility, there needs to be an alternative. This requirement has identified, and an exciting new development - North Point House is intended to fill that gap.
Due for completion in Q4 of 2017, and boasting a new and exciting concept for work and lifestyle balance, North Point is set to be the most talked about development in Liverpool. One Touch Property Investment Director Arran Kerkvliet, who sources property in Liverpool, says "for those looking for UK property investments, or investment property Liverpool, North Point is worth considering as the unique ability to cater for an evolving occupational need gives it an advantage over nearby residences."