Siddall Jones has been appointed to sell the last remaining plot of land on St Paul’s Square in Birmingham.
The Birmingham property agents won a competitive pitch to market the development opportunity on the corner of St Pauls Square, adjacent to Henry Wongs restaurant.
The site, which is on the market for £700,000 has planning permission for a four storey building, including retail or commercial use on the ground floor with three large, luxury two bedroom apartments on the three floors above.
Ed Siddall-Jones, managing director of Siddall Jones, said: “This offers a developer the opportunity to acquire a prime development site in one of Birmingham’s most desirable addresses with far reaching views over St Pauls Square as well and being within walking distance of the city centre and Jewellery Quarter.
“The scheme, which was developed by The Space Studio architects and designers, retains the industrial heritage of the location while drawing on modern architectural features with plenty of space and natural light. We feel the site will be of interest to a number of local and national developers.”
The apartments offer 1,216 sq ft of living space with the ground floor offering 861 sq ft in a total of 4,509 sq ft. There is also an individual bicycle store on each floor for each apartment.
St Pauls Square is recognised as one of the most desirable residential locations close to the business quarter in central Birmingham. It has easy access to the city centre’s retail and recreational facilities and is a short walk to the Metro, and Birmingham Snow Hill and Birmingham New Street railway stations.