The Copperworks, Birmingham
Preserving the heritage of the Jewellery Quarter, this development cleverly fuses its past industrial usage with a modern aesthetic to offer an array of homes full of character and charm
Price from £185,000*
Rental yield from 4,0%*
£185,000 to £575,000
1 and 2 bedroom apartments, duplexes, 2 and 3 storey townhouses
The Copperworks, Birmingham
The Copperworks occupies a prominent location in the south-west of the city’s Jewellery Quarter, a new and thriving residential neighbourhood for Birmingham, only minutes walk from the city centre. Built within the strict conservational guidelines designed to preserve the heritage of the Jewellery Quarter, the development cleverly fuses its past industrial usage with a modern aesthetic to offer an array of homes full of character and charm.
A community of 71 homes, The Copperworks comprises a range of residences; apartments, duplexes and townhouses. Some are new-build, others form part of the restoration of the centrepiece, the Grade II listed former brass works, dating back to 1854.
Traversing Sloane Street and Camden Street and only half a mile from the Jewellery Quarter Metro, The Copperworks is a major new address and an exciting opportunity to be a part of this area’s residential renaissance.
Unlocking the full potential of city living
- Located in the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter
- Luxury converted property with high-end fittings
- 6 educational institutions within 28 minutes of the development
The Copperworks Details
|Location||Sloane Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3BK United Kingdom|
|Price Range||£185,000 – £575,000|
|Units||1 and 2 bedroom apartments, duplexes, 2 and 3 storey townhouses|
|Rental Yield||From 4,0%*|
|Project Status||Completion Date: Q1 2022|
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Emerging as a powerhouse during the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham today is on par with London for culture, leisure and business. A truly cosmopolitan city, Birmingham has retained its diverse character. Many of the UK’s leading businesses can be found in the city, with over 300 companies electing to have their national or global headquarters based here, drawn by its central location, skilled workforce and emerging status on the European stage.
Birmingham also boasts:
Heralded as a ‘national treasure’ and ‘a place of unique character’ by English Heritage, Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter houses Europe’s largest concentration of businesses involved in the jewellery trade and produces 40% of all the jewellery made in the UK. In 2008 a council report advised plans to submit a bid for the Jewellery Quarter to receive World Heritage site status. Steeped in incredible history, the Jewellery District is a diverse destination and home today to a bustling food and drink scene. The area continues to enjoy significant local investment and unabated restoration, making it an undeniably attractive place to live and work in the UK.