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Jewellery Quarter Amenities

Birmingham Jewellery Quarter

Although it is now a prime residential area for apartments to rent in Birmingham, for two centuries, the Jewellery Quarter existed as a trade and manufacturing area, concentrating on the jewellery trade. It has always been an area where people have lived and worked, with commercial properties, offices and residential properties side by side, creating a close community. Then, in the 1970s as the jewellery trade began to open its shops to the public, new commercial and residential development began to take place, revealing the Jewellery Quarter’s potential for providing apartments to let and other residential lettings in Birmingham.

Birmingham Convention Quarter Amenities

Birmingham Mailbox

It is a renaissance that is being felt across the city but nowhere more than at Westside, taking in the Convention Quarter, The Mailbox, Broad Street and Edgbaston, Westside is already one of the most vibrant and dynamic districts in Birmingham city centre. The Mailbox features Strada, Nandos, Zizzi, Penny Blacks, Bar Epernay and Cafe Rouge for eating and Harvey Nichols, LK Bennet, All Saints, Jaeger and Bang & Olufsen for shopping. It also features Nicky Clarke, Toni & Guy and the Malmaison spa for all your pampering needs.

Birmingham City Centre Amenities

Birmingham Bullring

The city centre is the business, retail and leisure hub of Birmingham, it contains many tourist destinations as well as landmarks. Retail is mainly focussed on the Bullring Shopping Centre, Corporation Street, New Street and High Street. There are other shopping centres in the city centre such as The Mailbox on Suffolk Street and the Pallasades Shopping Centre above New Street station. Great Western Arcade is one of several arcades in the city centre. Digbeth is the focus for many independent retailers. Broad Street is the main centre for Birmingham's nightlife. There are further nightclubs in Digbeth.


Philip Jackson

With the number of tower cranes being counted, rising across the City centre, Birmingham is certainly looking like a City changing shape. The relocation of new staff inwards also continues apace, filling the bigger accounting banking & legal firms with new professionals and those already here are putting down more roots ,with the owner occupy market demand stiffening for well-located lofts and apartments.