Moda, The Lexington in Liverpool is here

The city’s most sought after rental apartments - The Lexington - open their doors. It’s a new way of living, a place to call home.

Communal area at Moda, The Lexington | BTR News

Moda Living announces that the doors to its latest next generation neighbourhood situated on the Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters; The Lexington are officially open.

The Lexington – at 34 storeys  high – offers 325 waterfront Build to Rent homes – a mix of studios, one bedroom, two bedroom sharers and three bedroom family apartments. With bespoke interiors, each apartment has been designed by renowned interior designer – Naomi Cleaver – with the needs of the modern renter in mind. Apartments are fully furnished and include top spec tech – including low-energy Samsung appliances, pervasive Wi-Fi and 50% off Sky Q packages. The scheme is pet friendly and allows residents to decorate their homes. There are no deposits, no fees, and residents have the ability to move into an apartment within 48 hours.

Outdoor communal area at Moda, The Lexington | BTR News

“As a born and bred scouser, I’ve lived in Liverpool my whole life and cannot contain my excitement about opening The Lexington in the city I love. The team at Moda are passionate believers in the resurgence of city living after the pandemic, and more than ever, good quality rental is in high demand.”

Jenna Lloyd, General Manager, The Lexington

What takes living at The Lexington to the next level is the wealth of state-of-the-art amenities included within the rent. With panoramic views over the iconic Three Graces and the River Mersey, the 17th floor is home to a private dining room, sky lounge and cinema room. Residents also have full access to co-working spaces and bookable meeting rooms, with coffee stations and super-fast Wi-Fi.

Communal space at Moda, The Lexington | BTR News

With city centre outdoor space proving ever more crucial, the second floor of The Lexington offers residents a generous roof terrace with an outdoor kitchen bar area, a green – perfect for outdoor screenings and BBQs or relaxing in the sun. A unique, 24/7 gym, housed within a glass box with a retractable wall extending out on to the garden offers a workout or yoga session from an entirely new perspective.

All amenities are bookable via the MyModa app which also enables residents to pay rent, book events and instant message the 24 hour concierge. It will also act as a key to the city, offering residents exclusive access and deals from their favourite brands and venues – including Madre, Ten Streets Wine and The Nakery. From dog walking to personal shopping, everything is available to residents from the app.

Residents communal area at The Lexington - Moda | BTR News

Designed with wellbeing at its heart, Moda provides residents with virtual access to nutritionists, wellbeing coaches and sleep advisers via the app, as well as Yoga and HIIT. A partnership with MYNDUP offers virtual mental health sessions on-demand, whilst all staff on site are mental health first aid trained.

There are also wellness sensors in every apartment and communal space, measuring sound, light, temperature, humidity, Co2, light and wind speed to provide real-time data benchmarked against the optimal wellness score for environmental performance and quality of living for residents. This data allows Moda’s onsite team to adjust building controls to enhance wellbeing.

Moda, The Lexington | BTR News

“Liverpool touches your heart, and anyone who has ever studied, lived or worked here will always be drawn back, attracted to all that city-centre living offers. What is renting with Moda really like? We are 100% focused on our resident experience, the people who live in our neighbourhoods are the rationale for all that we do. Moda really is bringing something unique that this city has never seen before, and we’re so excited to have finally opened our doors.”

Jenna Lloyd, General Manager, The Lexington

Inspired by the famous maritime history of Liverpool docks, once known as the gateway to New York, The Lexington’s name is a nod to 1920’s Big Apple. The art deco inspired design reflects this era of American Independence – and the new car park features a metal engraving of RMS Aquitania – part of Cunard Line that sailed her maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York on 30 May 1914.