UK: Staycity’s second Birmingham serviced apartment building will open in the city’s Jewellery Quarter on January 18.
The company, which already operates a venue in the Arcadian
leisure complex near the Bullring, has confirmed its £17 million
canalside project will launch on January 18, eight months later
than originally planned.
The project is on the site of the former science museum in Newhall Square, which closed in 1997. Its opening has been delayed by the administration of the main contractor GB Building Solutions.
The property will create and features 170 one- and two-bedroom serviced apartments.
James Gwilliam, general manager of Staycity's 79-unit complex at the Arcadian Centre, will also become general manager of the Newhall Square property.