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New Plans Revealed For 40-Storey Birmingham Apartment Tower

CGI of the Trifecta Residences apartment project in Bristol Street, Birmingham New plans have been unveiled for a 40-storey apartment tower in Birmingham city centre.

Ryland Estates Property Group is behind the scheme to build 550 units at the corner of the A38 Bristol Street and Bromsgrove Street.

The development, to be called ‘Trifecta Residences’, will comprise three blocks of six, ten and 40 storeys respectively and ground-floor commercial and leisure space.

There will also be amenities for residents including co-working space, exercise facilities and shared lounges. It is yet to be decided by the developer whether the apartments will be for rent only or for sale on the open market.

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Family-owned Ryland Estates has owned the 1.5-acre application site for several years. It is currently occupied by low-rise, commercial buildings, several of which will be demolished if the project gets the go ahead.

A public consultation event is being held next week (details below) ahead of a planning application being submitted later this year.

The project will join a host of other recent new residential developments in the city’s Southside district including Timber Yard in Hurst Street and South Central in Essex Street and Kent Street Baths, both of which neighbour this latest application site.

Trifecta Residences has been designed by Manchester-based Stephenson Hamilton Risley Studio.

The architecture practice designed both phases of the Exchange Square project in Moor Street Queensway, Birmingham, which contains hundreds of apartments and a new Premier Inn hotel which opened earlier this year.

Senior Architect Drew Lowe said: “We are excited to share the plans for Trifecta with the public and believe that, if approved, this development will breathe new life into Bristol Street and the surrounding area.

“All the homes will benefit from a large natural, biodiverse garden. A combination of walled gardens, terraced landscaping and water features will provide a tranquil place for residents to share and relax.

“The area intends to instil a true sense of community while positively greening the city.”

A public consultation showcasing the scheme will be held at 18-20 Bristol Street, Birmingham, from 2.30pm to 8pm on Tuesday July 25 Story Saved

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