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Explore City Centre Core
  • Why live in the City Centre Core?

    Birmingham is England’s second city and one of the biggest second cities in Europe. It has a diverse culture, with a population made up of people from all over the world. With luxury residential areas popping up in New Street, Swallow Street, and the Rotunda, there is an apartment you’ll be sure to fall in love with.

  • What’s been happening lately?

    In recent years Birmingham’s largest train station, Birmingham New Street, saw a major redevelopment. The Pallasades – a shopping centre above the train station – also went under a major overhaul. Now renamed Grand Central, it boasts a collection of shops, including a brand new John Lewis department store. Grand Central is also home to restaurants such as Pho, Tapas Revolution, Carluccio’s and prosecco bar, Frizzenti, which is famed for serving prosecco on tap.


  • City CentreCore  Attraction

    Birmingham’s biggest shopping destination is undeniably Bullring Shopping Centre. Dating all the way back to 1154, it was originally used by local landowner Peter De Birmingham to hold a grocery market. The original indoor Bullring market was demolished in 2000 to pave the way for the new Bullring which opened in September 2003. Selfridges itself cost £60 million to build – designed by architect Laing O’Rourke, it has won 8 awards overall. You are sure to find all major high street stores at Bullring, including a large Debenhams, as well as a number of independent retailers.
    The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is another of Birmingham’s landmarks. Situated in the very heart of the city in Chamberlain Square, the Museum and Art Gallery is great for visitors of all ages. Another added bonus is that it is free entry (except a few exhibitions) with the affordable Edwardian Tearooms located inside, meaning it is not an afternoon out that will break the bank.

Your Guide to the City Centre

  • Elegant shopping in the Colmore Business District

    The Great Western Arcade (GWA) is a small elegant shopping centre in the Colmore Business District

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  • The German Market at Christmas in December

    Birmingham’s German Market has become almost world renowned, with people flocking to the city to experience the Christmas tradition.

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  • Music in the City Centre

    The City Centre core is full of music for all. Come take a listen…

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Brindleyplace is a hub for young professionals. Surrounding the canals are modern apartments and a selection of upmarket bars and restaurants.

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Chinatown /
Gay Village

Birmingham’s Chinatown and Gay Village is a vibrant, multicultural part of the city.

A stone’s throw away you have the Arcadian – a hub of late night bars, a comedy club and the best Chinese restaurants in town.

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Digbeth /

It is considered Birmingham’s answer to Shoreditch, being the epicentre for the young, cool and creative.

Properties can vary from warehouse conversions to sleek, modern and affordable apartments.

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Curved around the south-west of the city centre, Edgbaston is known for its leafy, winding roads and large houses.

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Jewellery Quarter

The UK’s jewellery making sector, this area is now much more than just the place to buy diamonds and high-end designer watches.

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Westside /

Westside has been transformed in recent decades and is now the city’s primary business and leisure destination, making the perfect place to work, live or play.

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