Upper Trinity Street is a 5.1-acre development plot in the heart of Digbeth, Birmingham.
Cole Waterhouse plan to convert the existing industrial environment into a new cultural, commercial and residential neighbourhood built around a new public park and network of accessible yards and squares.
The vision for Upper Trinity Street is a response to the Curzon HS2 and emerging Digbeth Masterplans forming part of the wider evolution of Digbeth and complementing other development proposals in the area.
With close proximity to Birmingham city centre and planned improvements to transport infrastructure, including the new West Midlands Metro line, Adderley Street tram stop and HS2 Curzon Street station, this part of south Birmingham has strong development potential and will create a great community for hundreds to live and work within.
With creative, cultural and commercial spaces at ground level, new urban housing at heights of up to 31 storeys, a new public park with public art and a network of yards and squares, it is hoped that Upper Trinity Street will become a destination in itself, connecting the existing canal network and proposed Skypark on Duddeston Viaduct to the rest of Digbeth.
Existing heritage elements will be utilised to shape the community, with the in-situ lock-keepers cottage, canal pump house and culvert all incorporated into the Pump House Park.
When complete, the development will consist of approximately 946 residential units, including one, two and three bed apartments and duplex apartments, as well as live-work space, 60,000 square foot of commercial space and a 133-bed hotel.
+812k sq ft
Total Square Feet
+63k sq ft
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