Apex Lofts has been designed with a core focus on occupier demand, through architectural innovation, pioneering integration and exceptional specification.
The building, which offers 80 well designed one bedroom, two bedroom and duplex apartments is arranged over nine levels, providing stunning views over
Birmingham’s iconic skyline. Cutting edge features have been incorporated into the design of Apex Lofts, such as the contemporary ’Saw Tooth’ roof, reflectant of the industrial heritage of the area. Facilities offered in the development include undercroft parking, cycle store, residents gym and SkyGarden.
The units are delivered with fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms, complete with high-end branded appliances. The interiors at Apex Lofts take influence from contemporary aesthetics. The introduction of bi-fold windows and strategically positioned skylights allow for bright and airy rooms. Enhancing the use of space and natural light, these are high-specification apartments designed to suit a busy modern lifestyle
As first stop on the HS2 rail system, Europe’s largest mega-project, it will link London to Birmingham in just 49min by 2026 and Birmingham to Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds in 40min by 2033. It will provide Birmingham with access to 45 million people within a 1-hour travel period.
Birmingham’s economy currently stands in excess of £120Billion and is growing at a higher rate than any other city in the UK. It’s the UK’s second city after the Capital, an accolade supported by Birmingham’s key performance statistics.
From land acquisition, through to planning and completion, our hands-on approach combined with a sharp eye on quality enable us to create handsome, functional spaces with a delightful edgeThe Developer, 10m Group
KEY MARKET STATISTICS
UK’s second largest city with over 1.1million people
in GDP, second only to London
in visitor numbers in 2017
of residence under the age of 30, crowned Europes youngest city
levels of rent achieved by new build apartments rather than houses
increase in rental yields in 2016 compared with 3.2 Nationwide
of Graduates remain in Birmingham after university
between London and Birmingham with HS2
house price growth forecast by 2020
increase since 2009 in house prices
expansion of the city centre with The Big City Plan
new homes needed by the end of the next decade