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A contemporary development of 15 loft style apartments and 4 luxury penthouses with extensive rooftop terraces.

A former warehouse occupying the corner of Holloway Head and Marshall street, Concord House was built in the 1930’s for mundane means. Extensive refurbishments have re-engineered the building for a bright future in a vibrant area, providing modern living space with a sophisticated, industrial aesthetic.

Development value – 11m

With design inspired by it’s industrial heritage and a palette of original and contemporary materials, concord house provides a living aesthetic with both grit and refinement.

From exposed steel and brickwork to polished concrete, the rawness of each material is strikingly offset by the beauty and precision with which it has been installed.

The Original Building


– 79-83 Marshall & Holloway, Birmingham B1 1QP