Introducing Southside Residences, Birmingham City Centre.
Premium city centre location.
Unique payment plan.
Predicted yield of 5%.
Predicted property price increase of 19.5% by 2025 (JLL).
Rental prices are expected to increase by 12% over the next four years (JLL).
Available with no lump sum deposit on monthly payment plan.
From £218,995 or £1824.96 per month.
Centrally located within the heart of Birmingham’s vibrant theatre and Chinese quarter, Southside Residencies will be home to 116 stylish and spacious one, two and three bed apartments in a desirable location that blurs the boundaries between work, relaxation and play.
An exclusive development of 116 one, two & three bed residencies.
Spread the 30% deposit over 30 months during construction.
One bedroom apartments from £218,995.
Two bedroom apartments from—£296,995.
Southside Residencies is a boutique development in bustling Southside, a district of central Birmingham filled with rich multi-cultural heritage. This renowned cultural quarter is home to some of the most talked about names in the arts and theatre world (Birmingham Royal Ballet, The Hippodrome), along with a wide array of bars and restaurants, artisan retailers and independent businesses. Both innovative start-ups, major names in the creative industries and retail (Bullring, Selfridges) are converging on this 24-hour neighbourhood giving it an authentic character all of its own. Combining the ambition of Birmingham’s entrepreneurial culture with the independent spirit of the surrounding Chinatown and LGBT community further strengthens the area’s reputation as one of Birmingham’s most exciting places to live and invest in.
Conceived as the centre of a new community, Southside Residencies offers a range of contemporary, cleverly designed living spaces surrounded by inviting public areas, bars and restaurants. Our design-led style of interiors has been developed and nurtured by a panel of top industry professionals to produce aspirational city living with a distinctive character. With the area currently undergoing a £9.5m green pedestrian and cycle route improvement scheme as part of the Enterprise Zone Investment Plan, which will further regenerate Southside and see it become the centre’s most thriving residential neighbourhood.
The open-plan rooms at Southside are thoughtfully designed to accommodate the many different aspects of everyday life, from relaxing to entertaining.
Hard wood veneer floors.
Custom built kitchens.
Custom bathroom suites & sanitary ware.
Stretching from the steps of New Street Station, along Bristol Street and around the impressive new Smithfield development, Southside is currently undergoing something of a renaissance . The relocation to Birmingham of firms such as Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Goldman Sachs has increased the number of affluent professionals making their home here. The diversity of the areas economy is supported by its reputation as a hub for creative industries and it is among the UK’s fastest growing centres for digital media ventures.
Birmingham is on track to enjoy a quick economic recovery from the pandemic with an annual GVA growth of 7.1% forecast for the end of 2021 taking the total value to £27.9bn. Commercial growth, inward investment and infrastructure projects such as Grand Central and the Smithfield Regeneration have reinforced the city’s position as a hotspot for property investment both domestically and from international buyers.
With the HS2 Terminal Curzon station right on your doorstep the capital will be even closer at 49 minutes - welcoming an estimated £1.5bn and 22,000 jobs to the region. Alongside this Birmingham International Airport sits just 5 miles south-east of the city centre with a choice of over 400 direct or one-stop flights across the world.
Southside is a place where memories are made. Food to satisfy every craving, cultural masterpieces, big nights out, proper belly laughs, independents like no other. Every corner you turn, there’s something new waiting for you in Southside. Rich in heritage and home to Birmingham’s established Chinese Quarter and LGBT community it delivers a unique lifestyle that you won’t find anywhere else. The city’s finest entertainment and leisure venues live here including the Hippodrome, Birmingham’s Royal Ballet and the New Alexandra Theatre.
The iconic Bullring Shopping Centre is just a few minute’s walk away, home to Selfridges as well as a massive selection of further retailers, bars and restaurants. Next door to Southside is Digbeth a neighbourhood with an eclectic mix of independents and a socialise scene that’s as inspiring and innovative as its residents.
Southside Business Improvement District and the city council are working on regenerating the ‘Hippodrome Square’ to provide space for markets and special events connecting Southside with the forthcoming Smithfield regeneration on the old Wholesale Markets site. This project will be a true celebration of Chinese culture and will become a landmark for the entire city.
Rated as the UK’s most attractive regional city, Birmingham offers an unparalleled choice of residential opportunities; from chic city centre apartments to suburban family homes. The Bullring and Grand Central are just a few minutes walk away, with a vast selection of retailers, bars and eateries. 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.
10 min walk to New Street Station.
1 hr 30 min train journey to London (Just 49 min on HS2 high speed train).
30 min car or bus journey to Birmingham International Airport.
Within 7 min walk to proposed Metro stop – connecting to HS2 within 10 mins.
Business & Finance:
15 min walk to Paradise, a new mixed use Grade A office development.
15 min walk to Colmore Business District.
18 min walk to Arena Central, location of HSBC’s new UK headquarters.
20 min walk to Brindleyplace where Deutsche Bank is located.
15 min walk to Colmore Business District where Goldman Sachs amongst others are located.
Entertainment & Culture:
2 min walk to The Arcadian.
3 min walk to Birmingham Hippodrome.
8 min walk to the Bullring.
10 min walk to the Mailbox.