The £165m urban regeneration scheme on a derelict site on the Main Line Canal will comprise 102 two- and three-bedroom townhouses, and 650 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
The Soho Wharf development will also include over 10,000 sq ft of commercial space, new public realm, parks and gardens, and shared amenity spaces.
It has been designed and master-planned by Claridge Architects.
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Stephen Conway, executive chairman at Galliard Homes, said: “Our vision for Soho Wharf is to deliver a residential-led, mixed-use scheme that will be truly transformative for Birmingham.
“We are pleased the council shares our vision for the site.”
Robin Norstrom, director at Apsley House Capital, added: “Strategically located between Edgbaston and Jewellery Quarter, Soho Wharf will be the start of a new chapter, bringing the site back to life and enhancing the local area with a design-led urban scheme that provides a mix of homes, commercial space, amenities and public realm.”