A modern, contemporary development of 71 high specification apartments in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, one of the country’s most exciting districts and the most desirable residential area in the City.
Most major city centre landmarks, centres of employment, attractions and transport links can be reached within 10-20 minutes walk of the Copperworks. This includes New Street Station, Brindleyplace, Colmore Row, The Mailbox, O2 academy, International Convention Centre, St Pauls Square, Chinatown and University College Birmingham.
A community of 71 homes, The Copperworks comprises a range of residences; apartments, duplexes and townhouses. Some are new-build, others form part of the restoration of the centrepiece, the Grade II listed former brass works, dating back to 1854.
Birmingham has three main stations; New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street, the former two being the closest to The Copperworks, around a 10 minute walk. The proposed HS2 would put Birmingham at the epicentre of the UK's new high-speed rail network slashing journey times to London down from 1 hr 21 mins to 45 mins. It would also revolutionise Birmingham’s connectivity with the regions, making Leeds accessible in 49 mins, what is presently a two hour trip.
Education is held in high esteem in Birmingham, the city’s Central Library being the largest public library in Europe. As well as five top UK universities, Birmingham has an excellent schooling system, known for its outstanding state comprehensives and grammar schools. And like the trend in many other UK towns and cities, having good sought-after schools drives local housing demand as families relocate to ensure they are in the required catchment area.
Birmingham is famed for its shopping; malls anchored by big names like Selfridges and Harvey Nichols fused with a booming independent fashion culture. Its main shopping centres are the Bullring & Grand Central and The Mailbox, whilst smaller independent shopping-destinations include the Grade II listed Victorian Great Western Arcade and the Custard Factory. In November, people from all over the UK flock to the city’s Frankfurt Christmas Market, the most authentic German Christmas market outside mainland Europe.