Another Brindleyplace for Birmingham?

Indeed, this is the first time since the early 1990s that investors are prepared to pay the same yields outside the traditional core. In 1998, 3 Brindleyplace was sold for £29m at an initial yield of 6.72%. In the same year, 125 Colmore Row was sold for around £55m and ...

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