The Metalworks

Crossrails Premier Development

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The Metalworks
2 Bedroom Apartments, 3 Bedroom Apartments, Off-Plan
  • 20% Investor Deposit
  • 100m from Crossrail Station
  • £450 million regeneration programme in Slough
105 Broad Street


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105 Broad Street
Birmingham City Centre
2 Bedroom Apartments, Fully Tenanted, New Build
  • Unrivalled, premium location
  • State of the art gym
  • Rare private rental scheme (PRS) opportunity
  • Residents services available
St Martin’s Place


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St Martin’s Place
Birmingham City Centre
3 Bedroom Apartments
  • Prime city centre location
  • A-List interior designs by Daniel Gibbons of The Luxe Interiors
  • 228 exquisitely designed, spacious apartments complete with smart features

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Fabrick Square
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments, Studio
  • Original £ per Sq Ft price: £215
  • Avg Sq Ft Growth: +36%
  • 1 Beds £110k – £150k = £40k (36% Capital Growth)
  • 2 Beds £140k – £190k = £50k (36% Capital Growth)
  • Actual Capital Growth Achieved: +36%. Avg Rental Yield: 7.7%

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The Kettleworks
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments, Studio
  • Original £ per Sq Ft price: £282
  • 2018 £ per Sq Ft price: £352
  • 1 Beds £170k – £215k = £45k (26% Capital Growth)
  • 2 Beds £200k – £250k = £50k (25% Capital Growth)
Birmingham forecast

Why buy new apartments or off-plan property in Birmingham?

Apartments in Birmingham are in high demand. As the most populous regional city in the UK, Birmingham maintains its position as the youngest city in Europe – with 65% of the city core aged under 35. With exceptional employment opportunities, quality amenities and high-quality residential accommodation, Birmingham is delivering the ‘true city-centre lifestyle’ for young professionals that want an exciting, vibrant lifestyle.

It’s this demand, alongside investment in key areas, that has helped Birmingham develop the largest professional services hub outside of London. Attracting global businesses including HSBC, PwC, HMRC and the BBC, the strength of Birmingham’s commercial opportunities can be seen at every turn. This draw of employment is set to impact demand heavily in the next few years, as accessibility to London becomes more efficient and more direct after the completion of HS2. JLL forecast that the West Midlands will experience 16.5% growth over the next four years.

For the Birmingham residential market, the story is one of two halves. On one hand, Birmingham continues to outperform the wider UK market for both house price growth and affordability, with 16% growth since 2016. However, it continues to suffer from a chronic undersupply of residential property affecting the entire market. This has created a competitive market where investments can flourish, taking advantage of a rapidly rising population.

What our customers say about our apartments in Birmingham

Start quoteRecommended by PurpleBricks and advised that SevenCapital are brilliant. Loved the way SevenCapital have delivered a personal experience digitally plus an amazing evening event in London. End quote

Pamela Leonce, 105 Broad Street

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Start quoteAs first-time investors, my wife and I were cautious about selecting the right developer with whom to invest our funds. We purchased a 1 bedroom apartment at Broadway Residences & I am delighted to say that the unit was let the same day that we completed for £850pcm. I am impressed by the level of service received – I would definitely recommend SevenCapital. End quote

A Majithia, Broadway Residences