Case Study

The Axium

Luxury Birmingham city centre apartments with Help To Buy

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  • Luxury finish
  • 10% initial down-payment
  • Birmingham city centre


B1 1NH


Under construction


250 year leasehold


Estimated rental yields of 6%


1 & 2 bedroom apartments


Situated in the heart of the West Midlands, Birmingham is Britain’s “second city” with an estimated 1,101,360 residents. The city has one of the country’s strongest economies, and enjoys a rich and vibrant cultural diversity that is hard to beat. The city is set to benefit from major investment linked to the Commonwealth Games which it is hosting in 2022, while its Big City Plan will see the city centre transformed over the next 20 years. Birmingham’s location right in the middle of the country with excellent train links to both the north and the south make it an ideal place to invest. Ideally located on Windmill Street in the B1 postcode, The Axium offers easy access to the city’s universities, shops and entertainment, perfect for anyone wanting to get the most out of living in the cosmopolitan city.

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