The property group are set to market the second phase of ‘The Quarter’ from the end of the month, ahead of completion next spring.

Jewellery Quarter
Warstone Lane, Jewellery Quarter

Delph Property Group is bringing the launch of its £16 million apartment complex, in the city’s Jewellery Quarter, forward.

The London-based group acquired the second phase of ‘The Quarter’, on Warstone Lane, from Morris Homes earlier on in the year, which started work on the project in 2011.

The second phase is being built on a vacant plot of land not far from the famous Chamberlain Clock, and has been renamed Metalworks – it compromises 105 one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments, which will be launched to market at the end of September, this year, seven months ahead of it’s planned completion in April, 2015.

The launch of the flats was said after recent figured displayed that home-owners could save nearly £1000 per year, in comparison to those who rented

Richard Forman, sales director, commented: “The Jewellery Quarter is a vibrant and thriving region of the city, and we’re delighted to be part of the regeneration of this much loved area.
As real hotspot in Birmingham, we have seen a big interest in the property available here, so are excited to be able to meet this increase in demand.
The Midlands offers real attractive buying opportunities and Metalworks is ideal for young professionals as the area benefits from a great choice of local amenities and excellent transport links.”

Kathryn Molloy, director at Maguire Jackson, added: “The Metalworks development is a welcome addition to Birmingham city centre, in an area that has proved to be very popular with house hunters already. It’s great to see developers on the ground in such a prominent area of the city and we look forward to seeing what is set to be some very impressive apartments.”

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