New plans filed for 30-storey building in Birmingham city center
A planned apartment complex in Birmingham city center is set to increase in size after developers submitted revised designs for the project.
Developer Essex St (Properties) secured consent in 2020 for the scheme on the corner of Essex Street and the A38 Bristol Street to build 154 apartments in a 28 storey block.
The company has now filed new plans to extend it by two floors and add 12 more apartments.
The revised proposals include a mix of 76 one and 89 two-bedroom units as well as a single three-bedroom penthouse apartment.
Commercial and amenity space on the ground floor previously granted to residents, including bicycle storage, a gym, roof garden and rooftop cinema, remain in the updated application. day.
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The site is vacant and all buildings on it will be demolished.
Essex St (Properties) is run by the same team that developed The Bank residential project on the corner of Sheepcote Street and Broad Street which was completed in 2020.
This program included two towers, 22 and 33 floors respectively, containing a total of 406 apartments.