St Martin’s Place will be Birmingham’s first and only hotel-serviced living residences, offering a lifestyle option previously only seen in prime central London.
The build by UK property developer SevenCapital is set to feature 228 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, all of which will benefit from full use of hotel services provided by the neighbouring Park Regis Hotel.
Designed to cater for the growing demand for executive spec city centre apartments, St Martin’s Place is aimed at the city’s growing professional community.
On-site amenities for St Martin’s Place will include a private gym, WiFi lounge and cinema, with an attractive courtyard garden sitting at podium level in the centre of the development, providing sought after outside space, a real luxury in the city.
Director Andy Foote, who heads up the residential distribution arm of SevenCapital said, “St Martin’s Place is a very exciting development. It’s a first for Birmingham and is set to become the sought-after address in the city.
“Designed to deliver world-class service to the thriving executive community, its interiors will be luxurious and contemporary, with an impressive hotel-style grand lobby to create instant wow-factor as soon as you set foot in the door. Ensuring it meets expectations of the most discerning resident, we’ve also included the latest in smart technology, as well as a 24-hour concierge to provide ultimate security for residents.
“We’re seeing a huge trend, particularly within regional cities such as Birmingham, in people wanting to live within walking distance of their place of work, and within equally easy reach of transport links and all retail, leisure and entertainment amenities. St Martin’s Place offers all of that and more, providing residents with a truly unique living experience that is rarely seen outside London.
“Whilst Birmingham’s housing market remains affordable in comparison to other regions, particularly in the South, we’re able to offer this next level of luxury with an extremely competitive price tag, which is a very exciting prospect.”