Elevator Studios is no ordinary office block. It’s an icon in the Baltic Triangle for creatives of all kinds to collaborate.
The Grade II listed buildings were one of the first buildings to form what is now Liverpool’s creative hub in the Baltic Triangle area, offering 90,000 square feet of space for music production, art, technology, games companies and indie businesses.
Liverpool and specifically the Baltic area is a pool of creative and aspiring talent; whilst the city is steeped in music heritage, look further and you will find a hidden community of gaming and tech entrepreneurs. Within Elevator Studios we give these Tenants a platform and voice in a collaborative work and leisure space.
In the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle
Liverpool’s largest creative Hub
Acquired June 2020
Elevator Studios is a 24/7 music and tech ecosystem with a variety of creative spaces, from the hub of the building, Arts Bar Baltic, and session rooms for bands, to intimate creative studios and large, open plan workspaces for growing commercial clients looking for a thriving collaborative community.
The building has become a mecca for music and tech talent, attracting renowned bands across all genres, famous floor filling DJ, gaming companies releasing top titles, software companies designing the future with virtual reality and artificial intelligence, top TV producers, inspirational podcasters, artists, photographers and artisans.
The Baltic Triangle has a strong maritime history, taking its name from its connection with Liverpool’s docks and the trade routes with Baltic countries. Just like Manchester’s Northern Quarter, the Baltic Triangle was once an industrial area that later became a derelict district.
Today the Baltic Triangle couldn’t be further from its roots and is known as Liverpool’s coolest area; home of creative, digital and independent businesses. With coffee shops, indie start-ups, a skate park, street artists and of course musicians, the area has become the best creative hangout in Liverpool.