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  • Why live in Birmingham City Centre?

    Being England’s second city, Birmingham is rich in diverse culture with people from all over the world residing here. With luxury residential areas popping up in New Street, Swallow Street, and the Rotunda means Birmingham has a lot to offer when it comes to renting or buying property in the City Centre.

    Being voted the most investable city in the UK for a second year running now, Birmingham City Centre is currently a prime spot for new investment and development with many businesses now making it their home offering plenty of new job opportunities. Like many cities, Birmingham has embraced modern and cosmopolitan living in a big way with a number of city centre developments Birmingham has many apartments and other properties to rent or buy, and with so much in the pipeline for the city it is the place to be.

    Another upside to living in Birmingham is that despite still being a city on the up, people looking to buy property in Birmingham will find that prices are still relatively competitive

  • 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.

     

  • Things to do Birmingham City Centre

    Being the second largest city in the country, you’re likely to have high expectations right? Well Birmingham City doesn’t disappoint! Birmingham’s biggest shopping destination is undeniably Bullring Shopping Centre, it houses all the familiar high street stores you could ask for and is also home to the iconic Selfridges building. There’s more on offer when it comes to shopping in Birmingham City Centre, there are a series of arcades and markets or alternatively a choice of boutique and designer shops found at the Mailbox.

    Birmingham City also has one of the liveliest club scenes in the country catering for lovers of all music genres, some of the best spots include the Arcadian, Broad Street and Digbeth. If you’re looking for a spot for some casual or after work drinks Birmingham City Centre has many pubs and bars to offer. Also home to some award winning restaurants the city is big on the food scene as well.  

    There are also numerous theaters and galleries to explore and take in some culture.These include The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery which is also one of Birmingham’s landmarks, and with free entry to most exhibitions this is great for visitors of all ages to enjoy. The diversity and culture of Birmingham City Centre coupled with everything else it has to offer make it a great place to live.

Your Guide to the City Centre

  • Shopping in Bimingham’s Colmoral Business District

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

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  • The Birmingham Christmas Markets

    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 Birmingham City Centre

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

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Brindleyplace

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 /
Eastside

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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Edgbaston

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 /
Mailbox

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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