Why Birmingham Property?
Not only is Birmingham our beloved hometown, but it is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK. Heralded as the second city, Birmingham is becoming a hub of inward investment with a variety of exciting projects on the horizon, set to push the city to new heights.
With new businesses relocating to Birmingham and attracting thousands of thriving young professionals and graduates, the demand for Birmingham property is expected to increase in the coming years.
Discover The Gothic
Located in one of Birmingham’s most popular neighbourhoods – the Jewellery Quarter – this unique development features 14 bespoke apartments in one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts. With authentic Victorian features and the latest fixtures and fittings, The Gothic has been carefully crafted for the modern resident.
A City of Opportunity
Birmingham has been on an upward trajectory for the best part of a decade, with the 2022 Commonwealth Games only reinforcing the potential of the city. While hosting this global spectacle highlighted what the second city could soon become, there are a wealth of projects across Birmingham that are paving the way for a more prosperous city.
From HS2 – a key project that will connect Birmingham to the capital in just 49 minutes – to Birmingham Smithfield, the regenerative scheme totalling almost £2bn and Paradise, a hub of commerce and culture, these exciting projects will continue to breathe new life into the city. The growing number of projects across Birmingham will not only entice more global companies to the city, it will continue to position the city as a market leader amongst the likes of London and Manchester.
A Hub of Thriving Young Professionals
In the past 10 years, Birmingham’s population has grown by over 100,000, bolstered by an expanding economy and a key demographic – young professionals. With the likes of Goldman Sachs and HSBC rooted in the heart of the city, Birmingham is rivalling London in more ways than one. For example, almost half (46%) of the population is under 29 and has been named the most popular city amongst London leavers.
The UK is renowned for its resilient property market. Not only did property prices soar throughout the global pandemic, but forecasts continue to remain positive across the country. The inward investment across Birmingham is bolstering the local economy, as well as property and rental prices.
In Knight Frank’s latest report, property prices are set to increase by around 24% over the next four years, while rental values are expected to grow by 14% in the same period. With competitive price growth and rental forecasts, this only highlights the increasing popularity of the city.
Looking for Property in Birmingham?
The Gothic is our latest project in one of Birmingham’s most iconic neighbourhoods – the Jewellery Quarter. Offering a bespoke collection of 14 apartments in one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts, this unique development is redefining the standards of living in Birmingham’s property market.