Moreton House, the next release of our visionary development St George’s Urban Village, is now available. Located in the Jewellery Quarter, Moreton House boasts diverse architectural features mirroring the traditional style of the area. The Jewellery Quarter’s strong artisan heritage has influenced the local architecture and character, which is reflected in the thoughtful design of the development.

The quarter’s proximity to the professional and central business districts is one of the reasons Seven Capital’s latest development of high quality apartments offers projected capital growth of up to 20% and gross rental yields of 7%.

SGUV is currently Birmingham’s largest residential development and a much-needed high-end residential scheme with its own distinctive and creative identity. It represents a secure investment, building on demand in Birmingham for high quality city living options, whilst also offering a dynamic community and a vibrant place to live.

For more than 250 years, the Jewellery Quarter has been famed worldwide as the UK’s centre for jewellery and
is home to over 500 jewellery businesses. A designated conservation area, the quarter has more than 200 listed buildings, underpinning its current growth and success as a thriving and creative hub. It is an inspirational place, celebrated for its creativity and is described by English Heritage as ‘a unique historic environment in England’.

Building on this heritage and the area’s close proximity to central Birmingham, the quarter is home to a growing and
thriving business community, attracting not only creative and artisan businesses, but also professional services like
architects, accountants, solicitors, and financial services.

The residential population is also increasing and the area is now home to nearly 7,000 people. The Jewellery
Quarter’s unique and authentic character makes it a great place to live and work – and to enjoy its many coffee
shops, restaurants, bars and cafés; as well as art galleries, museums and antique shops.

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