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  1. Malaysian property market is expected to see increased transactions during 2010
  2. Savills reports Singapore property prices to increase in 2010
  3. Fractional Ownership guide offered by World Class Group
  4. Experts predict modest growth in Australian residential prices during 2010
  5. Chinese super-rich eye London homes
  6. Positive Sentiment Translates Into Increased Investment Volumes Across Asia Pacific according to DTZ
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  8. Lifestyle Properties announce next Phuket Property Show at Indochine Empress Place on 25th & 26th Nov
  9. Is The Us Property Market Really Back On Track?
  10. Wealthy Malaysians now target International Property investments
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Birmingham Property Investment

Location : B1 Postcode, Birmingham City Centre, UK


This luxury residential tower is located in the heart of Birmingham city centre. 217 apartments across 1, 2 and 3 bedroom configurations with luxurious finishes throughout, alongside breath-taking view across England’s largest City (outside of London) and its picturesque canal network.

  • Only 2 Minutes’ Walk to Birmingham’s Financial Business District
  • 300m to HSBC’s New Headquarters (Arena Central)
  • Landmark Building - Tallest Residential Skyscraper in Birmingham
  • Birmingham - UK’s ‘Most Investable City’ (PwC)
  • 23.5% Capital & 19.7% Rental Growth By 2020 (Knight Frank)
  • Prices From £191,000 - 250 Years Leasehold - 10% Deposit (at Exchange)
  • Construction Underway - Completion Q4 2019

Why Invest in Birmingham?

  • Youngest population in the UK, Birmingham has a thriving and ever growing market for city centre property
  • Leading European business destination with regional economy of over £90 billion
  • HS2 will bring the capital even closer at 49 mins, welcoming an estimated £1.5bn of investment and 22,000 jobs to the region.
  • 5 universities with over 73,000 UK and overseas students choosing Birmingham as their place to study and build careers.
  • Relocation of firms such as Deutsche Bank and HSBC is increasing the number of affluent professionals making the city their home here.
  • £750 million transformation of the city’s main train station, New Street and £100 million Metrolink expansion connecting key city residential hubs.


Birmingham is not only the UK’s largest city outside London, but also one of the country’s biggest financial centres. The relocation of firms such as Deutsche Bank and HSBC will increase the number of affluent professionals making their home here. The diversity of the city’s economy is supported by its reputation as a hub for creative industries and it is among the UK’s fastest growing centres for digital media ventures.

There is a wealth of opportunities for companies seeking to expand or invest in Birmingham. Major Employers already include the BBC, HSBC. John Lewis and Selfridges. The city has exceptional connections to local, national and international destinations. It lies at the heart of the UK’s road network and boasts an international airport serving 9 million passengers per year to 140 direct and scheduled charter routes. The proposed HS2 rail link will potentially cut travel time between Birmingham and London to just 49 minutes