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From £230,000

1 Bedroom Apartment For Sale

Apartments in Birmingham's Snow Hill Business District

Key Features

  • call now to receive a floor plan and brochure
  • 1 & 2 bed city centre apartments
  • off-plan - completes q2 2024
  • rooftop terrace
  • waterfront garden courtyard
  • payment plans from 25%
  • expected 6% rental yields
  • large contemporary living spaces
  • residents & tv lounge
  • state-on-the-art gymnasium

Property Description

A brand-new building within a new residential development in the centre of Birmingham's buzzing Snow Hill district. One and two bedroom apartments are available from £229,000.

The development is right by the canal and a short walk to the nearby train station. Tenants can visit Birmingham's key commercial and retail districts nearby, whilst being in the popular Snow Hill zone which is a mixed-use hub for young professionals.

Birmingham's property market is currently considered to be more affordable than other cities in the UK. While properties are priced low, rental values are increasing. Investment therefore promises strong yields thanks to high predicted growth and Birmingham's increasing prevalence as a buy-to-let area.

Birmingham's total GVA stood at £29 billion in 2018, rose by 7.5% in 2021, and is set to climb a further 4.5% by 2022. Billions of pounds are also being invested into Birmingham's infrastructure to enhance what is already the country's largest financial and commercial centre. The Big City Plan will see the City Council continue to invest in the creation of a world-class destination until 2030. Birmingham is also considered a cultural epicentre and one of the UK's top shopping and dining destinations. This impressive visitor economy is set to keep on growing with the forthcoming arrival of HS2.

Birmingham's evolution is supported by the youngest population of all European cities. With a majority percentage of the city's residents below the age of 25, and high retention rates across 25,000 annual university graduates, both the workforce and the GVA continue to grow alongside commercial and residential spaces. This is reflected in the Birmingham Development Plan 2031, which outlines a strategy for sustainable growth and regeneration over the next decade. 
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