£33m Jewellery Quarter scheme tops out
HBD and GMI Construction have reached the topping out stage at Birmingham’s £33m SETL scheme.
The development, which features 102 one- and two-bedroom apartments within the Jewellery Quarter, has now reached 12-storeys, which was marked by a topping out ceremony attended by HBD, GMI Construction and BPN Architects.
Residents will have outdoor space and a roof-terrace, plus a hotel-style reception, gym and communal lounge and work-from-home areas.
SETL, which includes 2,350 sq ft of ground-floor commercial space on Ludgate Hill, will also become home to independent restaurants, leisure operators and other businesses to deliver essential amenities for residents.
Simon Raiye, director at HBD said: “It’s great to have reached the topping out stage at SETL – it’s one of Birmingham’s most exciting new residential schemes and we look forward to seeing the final elements begin to take shape. So much care has gone into every aspect of the design, from the apartments to the amenities, always keeping residents’ experience front of mind.
“With a rooftop garden and amazing views across the Jewellery Quarter and the city skyline, a dedicated work-from-home lounge and hotel-style reception areas, SETL will be one of the city’s most desirable places to live.”
GMI divisional managing director, Gareth Jones, said: “It is great to see such a transformative project reach this milestone. Setl plays a huge part in the overall ongoing regeneration in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham and it’s fantastic that GMI gets to play a role in that. This brilliant project further strengthens GMI’s longstanding partnership and track-record of success with HBD across the North and Midlands. We’re looking forward to pressing on and delivering the rest of this striking new addition to the Birmingham City Skyline.”
HBD, part of the Henry Boot Group, is one of the UK’s most active developers. It is currently delivering a £1.26bn pipeline comprising large-scale urban regeneration, residential and industrial and logistics projects. Working from six offices, it has an impressive track-record having delivered schemes including Manchester’s £250m Kampus neighbourhood and a host of exciting schemes underway, such as Cheltenham’s Borough Council’s multi-billion-pound Golden Valley Development.