Independent residential and commercial property agency KWB has been appointed to manage what will be Birmingham’s tallest new residential development.
With two towers of 33 storeys and 21 storeys, Regal Property Group’s The Bank development will offer residents extensive views across the Birmingham skyline.
KWB’s Residential Property Management team will manage the new 417 apartment scheme currently under construction just off Birmingham’s Broad Street, close to its junction with Sheepcote Street.
Mark Lenton, head of property & asset management at KWB, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed to manage Birmingham’s most prestigious and tallest new residential development. It’s a real feather in the cap for our growing residential management team.”
Tower One, the first phase of the luxury residential scheme contains 189 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments in a 21 storey building completed in June 2018, while Tower Two comprising 217 apartments in the 33 storey building is expected to be ready for occupation in December 2019.
KWB will provide all building management services for The Bank, including a concierge, safety and security services, management of the common spaces, grounds and gym, as well as service charge collection and liaison with the apartments’ occupiers and owners.
Based in Henley in Arden, Regal Property Group is an experienced residential and commercial developer which has previously developed Regal Court in Birmingham’s Bishopsgate Street, as well as commercial developments and mixed use developments in the North West and East Midlands.
Regal Property group director Mark Holbeche said: “We have designed The Bank to be the pinnacle of luxurious city living in Birmingham.
“With its striking appearance, and being Birmingham’s tallest residential tower, there’s no doubt that this building will become an iconic landmark in the city centre, so it was vital for us to appoint an experienced and engaged local managing agent to set and maintain the highest management standards for this exciting development.”