It’s celebrations all-round at Crest Nicholson Regeneration’s Park Central development in Birmingham city centre, following a raft of sales at its latest £15 million Central Plaza phase.
Of the one and two bedroom apartments initially released for sale at the end of February, over 50 per cent have already been sold off-plan. The award-winning developer has now made more properties available at Central Plaza in order to meet the growing demand.
Central Plaza represents the latest residential phase of Park Central, which when complete, will deliver 132 luxury one and two bedroom apartments sitting over an undercroft car park. Starting in price from £117,000 for a one bedroom apartment and from £153,000 for a luxury two bedroom property, each new home benefits from a central location at the heart of the development and boasts stunning views over the extensive landscaped parkland and the city centre beyond.
Ruth Williams, sales manager at Park Central said: “Having released the first allocation of apartments to the market just eight weeks ago, we are delighted at the initial response. Crest Nicholson is committed to providing luxury, contemporary homes for professionals living and working in the city centre and the positive response we have seen reinforces our popularity within the Birmingham marketplace.
“Across every phase of the development, including Central Plaza, the majority of buyers have been young professionals and first time buyers working in the city. With a range of initiatives available on our latest phase including the Government’s new Help to Buy equity loan scheme, we are confident that we are continuing to provide quality homes at a price which first time buyers can afford.” The apartments at Central Plaza have all been finished to a high specification, including stylish kitchens complete with stainless steel fittings and modern bathrooms featuring Porcelanosa tiling and chrome towel rails. The majority of the apartments come with gated allocated parking.
Park Central benefits from an advantageous location at the centre of Birmingham, with easy access to both the business district and a host of leisure destinations. Birmingham city centre is continuing to receive an influx of significant inward investment, with a number of multi-million pound schemes already underway including the re-development of New Street Station – which marked its halfway point this month – and the new Library of Birmingham, due to open later this year.
For more information about Central Plaza or Help to Buy, visit the Park Central sales office which is open daily from 10am to 5pm and is located at 61 Mason Way, Birmingham B15 2GE. Alternatively, call 0121 666 4666