New 21-story apartment block set for Birmingham city centre

A new canalside apartment complex reaching up to 21 storeys is set to be built in Birmingham’s historic Gun Quarter by the company which helped redevelop the Mailbox.
New plans have been revealed to demolish a series of industrial buildings on the corner of Shadwell Street and Lower Loveday Street and replace them with more than 400 apartments in a development called ‘Snow Hill Wharf’.
St Joseph, part of the UK housebuilding group Berkeley, is behind the newly submitted plans.
It is seeking permission to demolish all the office and warehousing units on the site and replace them with five new buildings, ranging from three to 21 storeys …