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  • Why Live in Birmingham Jewellery Quarter?

    This historic part of the city is now a prime residential area for apartments to rent in Birmingham. Although once the centre of UK’s jewellery making sector, over the recent years Jewellery Quarter has become a prime spot to live where new developments have provided both commercial and residential properties to rent or buy in Birmingham.

    Birmingham city centre is currently the focus of many new development plans with Jewellery Quarter also being a focus for the city in 2017. Much of the work that has been done in the Jewellery Quarter has focused on the restoration of former factories and buildings ensuring that the area retains its heritage and beauty making it an ideal place to live.

    This area is not only popular with singles and professionals but also families looking for a village like feel in the city, still classed as up and coming there is plenty of relatively affordable apartments or residential properties to rent or buy.


  • What’s been happening lately?

    Birmingham Jewellery Quarter has gone through some major transformations over the last 10 years and there’s no plans to slow down with many projects in the pipeline. Most recent being a grant of £3.25million which has been granted by Heritage Lottery Fund (HFL) which will concentrate on saving the Quarter’s most historic but endangered buildings as well as other projects.

    There is also other notable developments which include the £14.5 million Badge Works opened in 2014, creating a series of new townhouses and apartments. Kettle Works in Icknield Street, which will be a complex with 550 apartments; and the second phase of The Quarter in Warstone Lane was bought by Delph Properties for £16 million. Jewellery Quarter being the current focus of many developments will quickly raise the profile of the area Making Birmingham Jewellery Quarter a hot spot for buying, selling, renting or letting property.


  • Things to do Birmingham Jewellery Quarter

    There’s plenty to see and do in Birmingham Jewellery Quarter, with now over 6,000 people living in the quarter the area boasts plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes to enjoy.

    If food and dining out is your thing, there are more than 30 restaurants in the Jewellery Quarter, including Fleet Street Kitchen, 24 Carat Bistro, Two Cats Kitchen, Lasan and plenty more to choose from. Coffee culture is also on the rise and Birmingham is leading the way in this department ranking fourth highest in Britain for leading ‘coffee culture’ cities, you’re not far from a great cup of coffee either in the Jewellery Quarter with independent coffee shops including Urban Coffee, Pomegranate, Saint Kitchen, and Eight Foot.

    If you fancy some culture and sightseeing Jewellery Quarter has plenty to offer. You can spend the day exploring some of the 200 historic listed buildings, wandering the galleries and museums or catch a performance at one of the theaters.


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