Park View

In Brief

A city of 1,000 trades and a wealth of opportunities. Birmingham is not only the UK’s largest city outside London, but also one of the country’s biggest financial centres. The relocation of firms such as Deutsche Bank and HSBC will increase the number of affluent professionals making their home here. The diversity of the city’s economy is supported by its reputation as a hub for creative industries and it is among the UK’s fastest growing centres for digital media ventures.

There is a wealth of opportunities for companies seeking to expand or invest in Birmingham. The city has exceptional connections to local, national and international destinations. It lies at the heart of the UK’s road network and boasts an international airport serving 9 million passengers per year to 140 direct and scheduled charter routes. The proposed HS2 rail link will potentially cut travel time between Birmingham and London to just 49 minutes.

Park View is located on Birmingham’s Eastside, a part of the city that continues to experience huge transformation - major developments, significant transport infrastructure and vibrant communities are all clustered within walking distance. Park View will continue to capitalise on the vibrancy and growth this dynamic and thriving area is set to deliver. 

Park View’s historic setting will provide a variety of unique and inspirational opportunities perfect for the growing number of companies involved with digital technologies, design, television production and the arts. It is envisaged that this will include a mixed use scheme at the prestigious Typhoo Wharf and a canal side residential neighbourhood. The Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan identifies the opportunities which will be unlocked by HS2 due to open in 2026. New Metro stops will transform connections into the area which will also benefit from proposed new bridges andopen spaces along the River Rea.

Park View will offer the very best of everything. From high-end fashion and Michelin starred restaurants to the business district, there is no better location to enjoy so much variety right on your doorstep. Just minutes from the development is the famous Bullring with its iconic flagship Selfridges store. The complex hosts a range of retailers as well as a fantastic collection of bars and restaurants.

The Smithfield Masterplan will radically improve accessibility, reconnecting the site to Birmingham centre and beyond via an integrated public transport network. Capitalising on the city’s already established assets, the overarching vision for Birmingham Smithfield will be of a sustainable, green and inclusive place that has people at the heart of a zero carbon development. Travel will be made convenient and hassle free by the enhancement of walking, cycling and public transport systems, all central to the transformation of the area. A two minute ride on the Midland Metro tram will take Smithfield Place residents to the HS2 terminus station at Birmingham Curzon Street, where eventually a journey onto London will be made in just 49 minutes. The reconnection of Bromsgrove Street, linking east to west, will further improve access with dedicated green bus and sprint routes serving the markets and leisure attractions.





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What You Get

  • The Bullring
  • New St Station / Grand Central
  • Moor Street Station
  • O2 Academy
  • Hippodrome Theatre
  • The Mailbox
  • International Convention Centre
  • Brindleyplace
  • National Sealife Centre
  • Barclaycard Arena
  • Colmore Business District
  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital
  • Snowhill Station
  • Leading European business destination with regional
  • economy of over £90 billion.
  • HS2 rail network will bring the capital even closer at just 49 mins, and will welcome an estimated £1.5bn and 22,000 jobs to the region. Alongside this Birmingham International Airport sits just 5 miles south-east of the city centre with a choice of over 400 direct or one-stop flights across the world.
  • A £600million makeover of New Street Station was unveiled in September 2015, complete with the launch of Grand Central shopping mall, where John Lewis is the anchor tenant. This is the third shopping destination in Birmingham’s portfolio which includes The Mailbox, home to luxury brands such as Harvey Nichols, Armani and a Malmaison Hotel and The Bullring where high street favourites can be found, alongside the iconic department store Selfridges.
  • 5 universities with over 73,000 UK and overseas students
  • choosing Birmingham as their place to study and build careers.
  • After the 30 % down payment (which is made 6 months after reservation) full rent will be paid to the purchaser till construction completion (from £533 per month).

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