Elevator Studios has become Liverpool’s creative hub, providing working space for artists, musicians and commercial companies. These Grade II listed warehouses which were once used to store cargo such as cotton, spices and coffee, have now become spaces for music, art, business and ideas. This is no ordinary office block. From 200 to 3000 sq. feet these working environments have become a magnet for musicians who want to rent flexible spaces in Liverpool City Centre. We have created 35 standard-sized offices and 18 full-floor studios to work and play in. Architecturally, the 200-year-old warehouses have been reworked to provide interesting, feel-good spaces. We have retained many of the original, industrial features, so both communal areas and workspaces pay respect to their former lives with wooden beams, pulleys, chains and exposed brickwork. The social hub of the building is centred around the Elevator Café which makes for a fantastic meeting and networking space. Discounted for Elevator residents but also open to the public, this is surely the best works canteen in town.
23 - 27 Cheapside
Liverpool L2 2DY
0151 255 0195
Located in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle. Elevator was one of the first buildings to undergo a full regeneration programme in the Baltic area in 2007 and its launch helped kickstart the rebirth of the area. Today, the area is popular with creative, media, music, and tech businesses.
Residents include Cast, Ditto Music, Echo & the Bunnymen, Ian Broudie, Mugstar, Sentric Music, The Hummingbirds, The Zutons, Whitewood Recording Studio