Sapphire Court

166 premium one & two bedroom apartments accross 8 floors
Located in “Britain’s Coolest Neighborhood” – Digbeth. Birmingham City Centre
Completion Q1 2025 – Pay 25% now and 75% on completion.
High Rental Demand – Up to 14% rental yields. High capital growth of 11% over the build period .

Investment Highlights

  • Premium 1 & 2 bed apartments
  • Completion Q1 2025
  • Invest from £53,000
  • Up to 15% rental yield
  • Up to 12% capital growth during construction
  • Payment plan 25% now / 75% on completion
  • Trendy Digbeth – Heart of Birmingham City Centre
  • Exceptional Developer
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Sapphire Court is an exciting Digbeth development of 166 apartments spread over a six- to eight-storey new build. The accommodation is much needed to meet the demand of people moving to Birmingham, particularly young professionals moving from London and graduates from the Birmingham universities.

The site will accommodate 166 one- and two-beds, with 18 duplexes (68 one, 98 two-beds), private terraces & balconies, all set around two large communal courtyards. There will also be 100% provision for secure bicycle storage spaces (166).

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With a vibrant city centre, rich in culture and a sense of confidence about it’s future, Birmingham’s Big City Plan is coming into fruition.

Young people, established business and creative start-ups are providing a positive feeling which can be felt as you step foot into the seven quarters of this expanding city. It is easy to see why year on year it leads the UK property market.

Check out more information on investing in Birmingham here.

Further Reading

Why Should You Invest In Birmingham?


Increase in Birmingham property prices since 2010 (UK avg. 53%).


Forecast increase in Birmingham property prices by 2027.


Increase in Birmingham rental prices in the last 12 months. A further 29% is forecast.
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