Property specialist Centrick has been appointed to market hundreds of new homes at a raft of residential developments across the West Midlands and Worcestershire.
Developments in Selly Oak, Rubery, West Bromwich, and Birmingham city centre, including a landmark tower block, are being brought to market by Centrick’s residential property sales team.
Alex McCormack, head of new homes and investments, said:
“Our new homes team is going from strength to strength and being instructed by developers to market five fantastic developments clearly demonstrates the confidence they have in Centrick to deliver sales.”
He said he expected there to be huge interest from first-time buyers, movers and investors in the high quality new homes which range from four-bedroom detached homes to luxury apartments.
In Selly Oak, Florence Place is a former Victorian teaching hospital which has been transformed into a stunning selection of luxury homes while taking great care to preserve and reflect the memory of its period construction. The MIA Property Group development is set within formal landscaped gardens with on-site residents’ parking and is ideally located close to many local amenities including the University of Birmingham and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
“Florence Place is an exciting addition to Selly Oak’s residential property landscape, ideal for those looking to take their next step on the property ladder or buying their first home, with a mixture of one and two-bedroom apartments, some with additional studies, and larger family homes.”
Considered to be one of the last remaining canal-front sites located within Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, 63-64 Water Street offers a unique collection of luxury two and three-bed apartments and penthouses all with views directly on to the canal. The apartments, partly within a converted canal warehouse have been designed to maximise its unique canalside location by incorporating large ﬂoor to ceiling bay windows and balconies along the south-facing elevation fronting the canal.
Meanwhile, The Woodlands is an exclusive collection of just four executive style three and four-bedroom detached homes within a peaceful cul-de-sac surrounded by woodland and just a stone’s throw from Great Park, Rubery. The premium homes will be overflowing with award-winning specification.
Centrick has also been instructed on a landmark development of one, two and three-bed apartments in Birmingham’s city centre and a sensitive conversion of a former office building in West Bromwich offering a blend of 45 contemporary one and two-bedroom and duplex sustainable living apartments.
Centrick founder James Ackrill said:
“This is an enormously exciting time for the Centrick team and we’re driving the excellent new homes team to even greater heights. The residential market is still busy and equally attractive to investors and homeowners alike. Our aim is to work with housing developers across the region, showcasing their properties in the UK and overseas.”
Centrick prides itself on being a team of knowledgeable industry experts with a joined-up approach to all aspects of the property sector. Innovation is at the heart of everything it does, helping it to adapt to the ever-changing market. This is all underpinned with a strong ethical code of trust and family values, where the team works as one to deliver exceptional service.
Specialists across both residential and commercial property sectors, Centrick is forward-thinking and agile; always looking for new ways to work flexibly to meet the needs of its clients, using its strength and depth across the property sector. By investing in talent, leading the way on industry practices, developing its technology and systems, it delivers an outstanding service to clients.
Providing national coverage, with offices in Birmingham, Solihull, Nottingham, Southampton and London, Centrick’s services include:
To explore Centrick’s New Home’s offerings, explore our developments here. Alternatively, contact our New Homes team by filling out the form below:
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