'Apartments in Birmingham City Centre' is a confidential property, hence its name has been redacted.
Set in the heart of the Creative Quarter. Birmingham's coolest area. 'Apartments in Birmingham City Centre' is setting a new standard in a district that is already 'the' place to live in Birmingham, city centre.
A landmark, double-fronted, all-residential development set around two exceptionally designed community courtyards, it is easy to see why 'Apartments in Birmingham City Centre' is carrying so much attention across the local market and appeals so greatly to homeowners, tenants, and investors alike.
The development delivers functional and thoughtful spaces with meticulous attention to detail. Anchored around two central courtyards the design maximises light and outside space.
'Apartments in Birmingham City Centre' is a premium, purpose built, residential development based in the heart of Birmingham city centre's coolest area. There are 166 units including one- and two-bedroom apartments and duplex homes across 8 floors with two communal courtyards.
Digbeth, with it's vibrant social scene, many coffee shops, top restaurants, and flexible workspaces has won the hearts of Birmingham's younger population.
Building on the success, popularity and 100% Occupancy across 10M's neighbouring sites 'Apartments in Birmingham City Centre' is an all-residential offering that delivers for today's city living professionals, and aims to meet the ever-growing demand across the creative quarter.
- All residential double fronted. landmark development
- Two communal architecturally designed courtyards
- Private terraces or balconies overlooking the courtyards across selected apartments
- A focus on a sense of community and place
- A focus on sustainability with EPC of C+ minimum
- One bicycle space per apartment
- Proven developer with a consumer following
A growing population
Birmingham is Europe's youngest city. It is home to 5 universities and 80,000 students. with a further 20 universities within an hour of Greater Birmingham. Of those, the city retains a whopping 49% of students after graduation.
Regional city boom
Property beyond the capital is booming, especially with the increasing cost of living in London particularly, buyers and tenants are looking towards regional cities for their affordability. Major businesses are also following suit by opening their offices across regional cities with Birmingham leading that movement.
Birmingham house prices have been forecast by JLL to grow by 19.6% between 2023-2027, which is far higher than the UK average of 8.9%. Birmingham property investors can also expect to see 19.3% of cumulative rental growth from 2023-2027.
- £3k res fee / 25% on exchange / 75% on completion
- 166 units across 8 floors with two communal courtyards
- Central Digbeth close to bars and restaurants
- Excellent Transport Links
- Long 999 year lease
- Urban regeneration area
- 16 minute walk to New Street Station