Setting sale at Port Loop
Have you seen our barge in Birmingham yet? This neon green boat is our floating sales suite for Port Loop – the development we’re creating with our partners Places for People, the Canal and River Trust and Birmingham City Council.
It’s a marketing facility with a difference and the latest in some bold sales suite decisions we’ve made (Mancunians wont ever forget the space-like Pod we sold from in Castlefield in the early 2000s nor the army-issue mess tents we used to accommodate customers queuing for three nights to buy our upside-down houses at Chimney Pot Park in Salford.
It’s now moored at Brindleyplace in the centre of Birmingham and open from Tuesday to Saturday each week. Customers hopping on board can find out everything they need to know about the development plans thanks to our onboard interactive screen, as well as picking up our new Port Loop magazine.
Right now, me and the team are based on the barge to sell the remaining homes in our first phase; these modular Town Houses are designed by customers, with the layout and composition of each home determined by each individual buyer.
We’ve got a few remaining on sale, with prices starting from £285,000 for a 1000 sq ft home complete with parking and a garden, and we can tell you more if you come over for a visit.
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