As with other King’s Crescent Developments, the building has real character, built with a nod to its industrial heritage that also cements it as a desirable and out-of-the-ordinary place in which to live – in an already popular (and protected) residential area, the Jewellery Quarter. Inside, apartments (one and two bedrooms) are light-filled with top of the range appliances and energy-efficient features and exude a certain ‘design-chic’ with touches such as polished concrete style bathroom floors; all which combine to make this development standout to both owners and tenants.
Less than a 10-minute walk to Birmingham’s Central Business District and 0.4 miles to the JQ Station, Tyndall Court is poised to tap very well into Birmingham’s growing tenant pool of affluent young professionals who want to live centrally. Birmingham’s most famous shopping streets and malls like The Mailbox and The Bullring are easily walkable from Tyndall Court, whilst the major rail terminus, Birmingham New Street is only 16-minutes’ walk.
Tyndall Court at a glance
- Reservation deposit £2,000
- 1 bed prices from £220,000
- 2 bed prices from £295,000
- Located in the conservation area of the Jewellery Quarter, Tyndall Court enjoys all the benefits of a city centre location
- Apartments are light-filled with top of the range appliances and energy-efficient features
- Less than a 10-minute walk to Birmingham’s Central Business District and under 0.4 miles to the JQ station
- Big City Plan £2.1bn into economy each year, 1.5 million sq metres, 50,000 new jobs
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- Gloss light grey (or similar) handless cabinets with LED strip lighting underneath
- Granite worktops, upstands and splashback behind hob
- Stainless steel sink
- Integrated Samsung (or similar) appliances
- Carpet in bedrooms
- Varnished wooden premium apartment doors
Bathrooms & en-suite
- Wood effect or similar basin cabinet with white basin and mixer tap
- Polished concrete style or similar ceramic wall and floor tiles – floor to ceiling in wet areas
- Dual flush soft close WC with chrome flush
- Shower head with rose head and hand shower in chrome
- Colour video access screens in apartment hallways
- Compliant smoke alarms
- Lockable letterboxes
- Secured bike storage
As with other King’s Crescent Developments, the building has real character, built with a nod to its industrial heritage.
Buying property in birmingham
Birmingham is on the rapid rise. Its projected population growth (1.24m by 2030) and its growing economy make it one of the most rapidly expanding cities in the UK. Put simply, it is a city of opportunity. According to recent research the number of Londoners relocating to the Midlands has increased by sixfold in the past decade. Major companies relocating there include banking sector giants Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, as well as manufacturing giants Jaguar Land Rover. Tech and logistics are two areas driving the city’s growth in particular.
The good news for investors is that the provision of new homes in Birmingham has not been keeping up with demand, putting the city on track for a nearly 80,000 shortfall by 2042; 65% of what is needed. This supply squeeze is what is driving house prices and rents into double digit growth over the next five years. At the same time, cost of living pressures are driving people to relocate from the south east to Birmingham, which offers a better work-life balance, and the opportunity to live in a city centre that’s affordable.
When HS2 opens in 2026, the number of migrations - both corporate and individual - will only increase with the journey time between the two cities reduced to an astonishing 45 minutes. Similar to the impact that Crossrail had in creating London investment ‘hotspots’, so to we predict the same for HS2 on Birmingham, making now a great time for investors to get in on Birmingham properties; especially a signature development such as Tyndall Court.
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Birmingham City Hospital
Birmingham International Airport
St. Paul's Square
Moor Street Station
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