A recent article by The Times highlighted the city centre's property hotspots. Not only did they point out our favourite districts, they actually name-checked all three of our current Birmingham developments.
The Commonwealth Games certainly put Birmingham in the public eye, but the business community has already seen the city's upward growth path. Accenture is the latest among a growing list of professional, legal and business services firms setting up shop.
The huge increase in high value jobs has seen demand for city centre accommodation vastly exceed supply, creating an important opportunity for astute property investors. However, as with all cities, there are some districts which will perform better than others. Here are three highlighted by The Times.
The Jewellery Quarter
A completed property in a great location - just off Digbeth High Street, an easy walk to all of the nightlife, The Bullring and a new tram stop for rapid access to the central business district.
Encompassing the Chinese and Gay Quarters, this bustling cultural district is home to some of the biggest names in the arts, including The Hippodrome Theatre and Birmingham Royal Ballet. Its popularity as a place to live drives some of the highest yields in the city.