St Annes Court

Externally the building sympathetically retains the historical nature of Digbeth, being built in blue brick, whilst internally St Anne’s court will be a bright contemporary space.

CREATING BEAUTIFUL HOMES

St Annes Court

Externally the building sympathetically retains the historical nature of Digbeth, being built in blue brick, whilst internally St Anne’s court will be a bright contemporary space.

CREATING BEAUTIFUL HOMES

St Annes Court

Externally the building sympathetically retains the historical nature of Digbeth, being built in blue brick, whilst internally St Anne’s court will be a bright contemporary space.

CREATING BEAUTIFUL HOMES

ST ANNES COURT

Introducing St Anne’s Court, Digbeth. A stunning development of 170 beautifully urban apartments set in the heart of Birmingham’s creative quarter, Digbeth. This newly emerging residential zone of Birmingham is placed in the heart of the city, with easy access to The Bullring and HS2.

Information & Location

Birmingham is strengthening its position on the international stage.
More foreign investment projects than any other English regional city.
Digbeth is centric to The Big City Plan and is identified as the main residential growth area of the city
The new HS2 site literally just around the corner.
By 2031 Birmingham will be renowned as an enterprising, innovative and a green city
Birmingham is the youngest city in Europe
Population of 1.07 million
More Michelin stared restaurants than any other regional city in the UK
Five major Universities
4 major Colleges
The Bullring shopping centre is one of the largest in Europe and houses the famous Birmingham Bull, the symbol of this dynamic city.

St Anne’s is so well connected and is 6 minutes from the new Grand Central train station, where you can reach London in 80 minutes, Oxford in 69 minutes, and Manchester in 88 minutes. Birmingham International airport is a mere 20-minute drive and from there you can access short and long haul flights around the world.

 

Investment Factors

Current sales and rentals in Birmingham are very strong for apartments. Digbeth is in demand from a wide variety of areas and buyer profiles. Digbeth is being seen as increasingly attractive because of its proximity to The Bullring, Moor Street and New Street train stations and the planned new HS2 terminal in Curzon Street.

It has also been named as one of the five key areas of planned development as part of the urban regeneration project The Big City Plan – a scheme that plans to regenerate the old industrial buildings into apartments, retail premises, offices and art facilities.

Various public open spaces are found within short distance and the variety of pedestrian, cycle, car and public transport links offer the site various access options.

Gross rental yields circa 5% – 7%

CREATING BEAUTIFUL HOMES

A stunning development of 170 beautiful urban living spaces, consisting of 26 two bedroomed and 144 one bedroomed apartments. St. Anne’s Court is set in the heart of Birmingham’s creative quarter, Digbeth.

26 Two bedroom apartments
144 One bedroom apartments
55 Car parking spaces
40 Bike parking spaces


 

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