The 61-storey mega tower with roof-top restaurant on Birmingham's Broad Street. This landmark scheme includes a new roof-top bar and restaurant and more than 500 luxury apartments in what would be Birmingham's tallest building. 100 Broad Street which will dominate the city's skyline and be seen for miles.
The scheme is backed by city council chiefs, and comes with full planning permission, the new 633-foot structure will take the title of Birmingham's tallest building - a crown held by the BT Tower in the Jewellery Quarter for more than half a century.
The building, at the corner with Ryland Street, features a panoramic glass 'crown' containing a sky lounge and fine dining restaurant - the highest in the UK outside of the capital.
There will also be a two-storey pavilion building with services for residents such as a lounge, gym, cinema and games room.
The proposed 224 one-bedroom and 279 two-bedroom apartments can be made available for sale on the open market but would be ideal for a major prs investment institution.
Other facilities include secure storage for around 250 bikes and whilst there is no car parking the site is next to one of the new stops on the 'Westside' extension of the tram network.
Euro Property Investments are selling this scheme which has been designed by Jewellery Quarter-based practice Glancy Nicholls Architects.
Planning permission has been secured and it was proposed by the end of this year construction commencing and a completion date of 2024.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.6%||£334,967||3.7||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£204,967 (6)||£294,825 (6)||£345,625 (8)||£686,238 (8)||£1,059,279 (7)|
|Flats||£184,994 (49)||£253,989 (75)||£334,017 (18)||-||-|
|All||£187,173 (55)||£257,014 (81)||£337,588 (26)||£686,238 (8)||£1,059,279 (7)|