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|Starting Price||£ 389,995|
|Type||Apartments & Duplexes|
|Bedrooms||1 to 4 beds|
|Project Status||Off Plan (Q3 2020)|
Welcome to The Hallmark, the latest addition to the Jewellery Quarter. With nothing less than luxury to offer, it comes as no surprise that it has become the Jewellery Quarters premium regeneration project. Thirty-two luxury apartments and duplexes. Less than a five-minute walk to the City Centre, situated in the UK’s second city. The Hallmark is nestled away in Birmingham’s calm, beautiful and historic Jewellery Quarter, discharging a village like feel in an urban City Centre location. Residents have peace of mind with apartments built and designed to a pristine standard.
- Tram stop within 0.2 miles
- Spacious Duplex apartments featured
- Private Landscaped courtyard
- 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms luxury apartments
About Jewellery Quarter:
Submerge yourself in the rich history and culture surrounding the Jewellery Quarter. Many buildings in the Jewellery Quarter used to house tradesmen’s workshops where the craft of jewellery in the UK developed in the 18th century, hence the name. This is still the case today with master jewellers still residing and working in the Jewellery Quarter. It is an area of Birmingham with a sense of community with unique character. The Hallmark area Jewellery Quarter remains as a hub for new start-ups and entrepreneurs.
The Hallmark Connectivity:
- Birmingham Snow Hill – 4 mins
- Cathedral Square – 11 mins
- Paradise – 14 mins
- Birmingham New Street – 20 mins
The Midlands Engine Coalition is full steam ahead promoting Birmingham as a place to invest and in attracting foreign investors. Birmingham is set to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games which is expected to boost the economy by £1.5 billion.
With around 80,000 students Birmingham is a major university city with a huge student property market too. Good rental property should always be in strong demand due to strong fundamentals in Birmingham. The ONS has forecasted a 20% population growth by 2029. It has been forecasted that 89,000 new homes will be required by 2031 however there is only space for 51,000 in the city.
Demand is also boosted in Birmingham due to it being a popular destination for people moving out of London.