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B5 Kent Street,
Birmingham City Centre

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Ten storey new build development with 98 one and two bedroom apartments plus 4 commercial units

Located on the city’s southside, this area attracts a wealth of young professionals, families and tourists – all keen to experience its creative and urban feel.

With Birmingham’s New Street station just a 10 minute walk away and the best of the city on its doorstep, Kent Street offers excellent living opportunity to a substantial rental market.

Key points

  • Property type:
    Urban living in the heart of Birmingham
  • Location:
    Birmingham City Centre
  • Units available:
    98 one and two bed city centre apartments
  • Guide price:
    £149,950 - £279,995
  • Predicted yield:
    6.5%

Development status: Planning pending

Estimated completion date: Q2 2019

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It's all about the location

This diverse pocket of the city has emerged as a distinctive creative quarter with the Hippodrome Theatre, iconic Bull Ring shopping centre and New Street Station just a few minutes walk away. The area welcomes more than half a million theatre-goers a year, while others flock for the authentic food served in the Chinese Quarter’s traditional restaurants or to party in the pubs and clubs. Kent Street regularly plays host to culinary pioneers serving up flavours and tastes from around the world.

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Transport Links

At the heart of the UK's road network Birmingham is extremely well connected. The international airport offers direct flights around the world, plus the planned high speed rail link (HS2) will bring the capital even closer.

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Business Investment

Leading European business hub with a regional economy of over £90 billion. The city is home to more than 32,000 companies, including nearly 700 international firms.

Business Investment
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Shopping & Lifestyle

The city centre offers a world-class retail experience with the Bullring, Grand Central and the Mailbox all offering high quality shopping, eating and drinking.

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Bars & Restaurants

The culturally diverse city makes eating out like a gastronomic tour of the world. With no less than four Michelin Star restaurants and plenty of others excellent choices to tempt, you really will be spoiled for choice.

Bars & Restaurants
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Education

With six major universities, a host of colleges and award winning schools, the educational future of Birmingham is bright. Over 73,000 UK and overseas students are choosing the city as their place to study and build their careers.

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Property Market

With the youngest population in Europe, Birmingham's transformation into a cosmopolitan city has ensured that property prices remain at a premium and rental demand continues to outstrip supply.

Property Market
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Culture & Heritage

Birmingham is a vibrant and creative city. Major cultural institutions include Symphony Hall, The Hippodrome, home to Birmingham Royal Ballet, the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and an award winning new library.

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Green Spaces

Birmingham is home to 571 parks, more than any other European city, they total over 14 square miles of open space. Sutton Park is a national nature reserve that covers over 2,400 acres in the north of the city, it is the largest urban park in Europe.

Green Spaces