City Greens, Birmingham
Located between the centre and international airport, ideal for those who want easy access to all the city has to offer.
Prices from: £182,000
Rental income: £900 - £1,400 pcm
Homes: 84 1 to 3-Beds
Completion: Q2 2023
Project Overview & Features
Situated in the desirable area of Sheldon Park, City Greens offers its residents a unique combination of urban and suburban living. With the city centre just 4.5 miles away and some of the area's best schools in close proximity, it is no wonder why this neighbourhood is so sought-after. The building has been designed to take full advantage of its surroundings, providing plenty of space and light in all apartments. Floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, roof terraces, and garden terraces all make the most of the park-fronted location.
An interesting architectural feature of City Greens is the angled windows which can be seen on both blocks. This design maximises the amount of light entering the building and adds a distinctive aesthetic to the interior and exterior. The outside spaces of the apartments are connected to lush green gardens and the park, creating a seamless connection to the outdoors.
First Stop on the New Hs2 From London
5% Yields on Standard Lets
Up to 8% Yields on Short Term Lets
Positive 5-year House Price and Rental Forecast
Fully Managed Opportunity
No Ground Rent
Birmingham, the UK's 2nd city, is a fast-growing economy making it an attractive investment destination.
It's All About Location.
Birmingham is an investor's dream - it's already succeeding and isn't looking to slow down either. Between its many available jobs, the array of established businesses, and excellent transport links, Birmingham is on par with the very best cities in the UK. Since the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham's economy has been on the rise and it now houses over 6,000 tech firms that are launching their digital revolution in the city.
Our primary focus in the city is the community-focused Digbeth: a vibrant area that attracts entrepreneurs, investors, and pioneers. With plenty of employment opportunities, entertainment, and restaurants, Digbeth has a lot going for it.
The city also contains four leading universities and will soon be linked by the HS2. Digbeth also has an interconnected bus network, tramways, and cycle paths, as well as being close to the M6, M5, and M42.
The suburb is located only a 10-minutes walk away from Birmingham city centre, a 23-minutes train to the University of Birmingham, and when HS2 is complete it will be only 41 minutes to Manchester.
Why invest in:
"Overall, sold prices in Birmingham over the last year were 11% up on the previous year and 18% up on the 2019 peak of £203,348." Rightmove