A derelict spot in Birmingham city centre is set to be transformed into a plush new apartment block in a £125 million development.
City firm Court Collaboration has taken over the Holloway Head scheme, close to the giant Radisson Blu tower, and wants to start work on up to 487 apartments by next year.
New plans for the 17-storey scheme, drawn up by architect Corstorphine + Wright, also include ground floor shops as well as a gym and rooftop gardens for residents.
The plot has lain vacant for more than 25 years but, after agreeing a deal to buy it from Panther Securities, Court Collaboration’s founder Anthony McCourt says it has a bright future.
Panther has long been planning to regenerate the run-down spot, which is also home to Girlguide Birmingham, and it was once going to...Read More