Knight’s House — a £14m BTR conversion — includes 12 penthouses in a two-storey roof extension in addition to an office suite and a restaurant.
The first seven floors have six two-bedroom apartments and a single one-bedroom residence.
Kevin Sharkey, executive director at Urban Village Capital, commented that Knight’s House was “bringing new life to a tired, old building”.
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“It’s hugely satisfying to see, what was a vacant and dilapidated office block, transformed into dozens of exciting new homes.”
He claimed that commuters could be in Birmingham city centre in approximately 20 minutes on the cross-city railway line.
The investment and development business is also delivering a £3.2m scheme in Sutton Coldfield, which will see a former art school transformed into 12 apartments.