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27 CASE STUDY


Birmingham’s ‘vertical village’ takes off


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Moda Living has got planning permission for Birmingham’s tallest residential building yet, a 42-storey tower which features a running track on the roof and retail space on the ground.


rent by Moda, digital-ready apartments, wellbeing areas and a 24-hour concierge are just some of the features on offer in what will be the city’s tallest residential building. The £183m skyscraper was approved


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unanimously by Birmingham City Council in a meeting session that lasted 12 minutes. Apache Capital Partners is funding the project and Birmingham practice Glenn Howells Architects has designed it. 2one2 Broad Street will offer a range


of apartment sizes, from studios to three-beds, alongside a host of recreational spaces spread across the building. Family-friendly tenancies will offer residents the chance to sign up for three, or even five years, helping to reduce the perception of renters being ‘transient’. The development lies directly opposite


Brindley Place, Argent’s award-winning mixed-use commercial scheme, and is within five minutes’ walk of Centenary Square. Backed by Apache Capital Partners, Moda Living has a £1.5bn pipeline of 6,000 rent-only apartments in high profile city centre sites across the UK.


THE £183M SKYSCRAPER WAS APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY BY THE COUNCIL IN A MEETING SESSION THAT LASTED A TOTAL OF 12 MINUTES


AMENITIES Among 2one2’s amenities, a 200-metre outdoor running track – the UK’s first in a residential building – will cater to fitness enthusiasts. The running circuit will sit outside on the podium roof, offering panoramic views of the Birmingham skyline. The front desk, with 24 hour concierge,


will collect Amazon parcels, help book cleaning and ironing, while ensuring residents are safe and secure. Smart lifts


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42-storey skyscraper in Birmingham has secured planning permission. At 2one2 Broad Street, developed for


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