Designated an Area of Transformation in the Big City Plan, Digbeth will see the £1.9 billion regeneration of the Smithfield wholesale markets and become home to the Curzon Street HS2 station. Early investors in Digbeth are likely to see unusually high capital growth.
The property is fully complete and rental demand has proved to be very strong.
Located in the tech-meets-creative-meets-cafe-culture district with the Custard Factory as it's renowned centrepiece, this high end project is close to some of the trendiest bars, restaurants, galleries and independent shops in the country.
Built in a warehouse style with a red brick exterior, the project reflects Digbeth's industrial past. Oversized windows maximise natural light and interiors are finished to the high standards expected of a first tier developer.
Home to the future HS2 station, the £1.9 billion regeneration of the Smithfield wholesale markets and the extention of the Midlands Metro tram line have turned this corner of the city centre into a property hotspot.
Birmingham is undergoing explosive growth in the financial, legal, digital and business services sectors. Established corporates such as HSBC, PwC and Deutsche Bank are being joined by Goldman Sachs, HM Government, BT and Arup, attracting thousands more urban professionals to the city centre.