Golf simulator signing sees St Martin’s Place fully let

22nd June 2023 | Jack Oliver

St Martin’s Place in Birmingham is now fully let following the signing of golfing simulator experience Inner City Golf on a ten-year lease.

Customers can tee off for the first time when the experience opens in September.

The deal means that St Martin’s Place, which is located just off of Broad Street, is now at full occupancy with all five retail units now let within months of the development’s completion.

The experience, at Unit 4, allows customers to hone their skills at virtual versions of the World’s most prestigious courses, such as St Andrews, Pebble Beach, Royal Troon, Wentworth, and Albany in the Bahamas.

St Martin’s place is described by developers Seven Capital as Birmingham’s most exclusive residential development and is home to 228 apartments with hotel-style services including a concierge, gym, cinema, WiFi lounge, and outdoor terrace.

Siddall Jones, which recently acquired the retail agency arm of property consultancy Centrick, is responsible for all five lettings at the development.

Ed Siddall-Jones, managing director, said: “Broad Street appears to be in transition with a number of notable residential developments being completed and under construction.

“The area is starting to reaffirm its position, once again, as a destination area for the leisure industry. As the leisure sector bounces back from COVID, its evident trends have changed and we are seeing people now taking part in leisure and more immersive-based activities.”

Paul Bibby at law firm Freeth acted for Seven Capital, while Richard Saxton at Knights LLP advised Inner City Golf.


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