You probably already know that Key Land Capital looks to develop and provide modern and affordable housing to students and professionals. We do this in a number of ways: developing new homes and converting offices into residential properties.
The ball is well and truly rolling on Key Land Capital’s latest development: The Foregate building.
The Foregate Building
The project will take on a neglected and unloved office building and transform them into 20 luxury apartments. That planning has already been approved and we’re hoping to add 4 more apartments to the development (pending planning approval) to the 12,146 square ft development.
Currently named Image House, the development is located in Foregate Street near the Madford Retail Park in Stafford.
The plan, at this stage, is to begin work in Spring 2019 with a practical completion date in 2020. The Foregate Building has provided us with a fantastic opportunity as Stafford has long been on our radar. With a strong demand for luxury apartments in a central location for young professionals.
It’s an exciting time for Keyland Capital at the moment. We have other projects ongoing totalling more than £40 million in the West Midlands. This includes the £15 million Ringway House project and a £14.5 million project, 63 luxury apartments in Sutton Coldfield.
We are always looking to broaden our wide network of high net worth individuals. If you would like to get involved, either as an investor or as a developer you can contact us here.
The other arm of Key Land Developments is Key Land Ventures. Key Land Ventures looks to identify and invest in high growth businesses across the West Midlands. Making use of our experienced management team to support and develop the high growth businesses. If you would like to discuss what we can do for your high growth business get in touch now.
Written by Kevin Patrick Sharkey, Birmingham
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