41 Birmingham goes far beyond the quality and design ethos of ordinary residential development,
presenting 23 exquisitely finished apartments that combine the area's industrial heritage with the best
in modern and sustainable living.


In the details

  1. Exposed concrete beam celings
  2. Deep balconies
  3. Wall lights
  1. Hidden TV cabinets
  2. Designer sink and tapware
  3. Integrated dishwasher
  1. Limewashed Cypress pine floors
  2. Marble benchtop and splashback
  3. Freestanding oven and stove
  1. Mirrored kitchen cabinetry
  2. Soaring ceilings
  3. Air conditioning

Each apartment has quintessential Australian indoor-outdoor spaces designed for year round living. The building's northerly aspect allows maximum use of light and space, and the views are truly breathtaking - especially from the penthouse apartments' rooftop terrace.

Bathrooms are luxuriously detailed with crisp, clean lines, an understated palette that is both warm and fresh, and fittings from outstanding designers. The combination of chrome, glass, tile, marble and wood is perfectly balanced, and every detail carefully considered. High ceilings give a sense of airiness and light, and mirrored cabinets are both an important functional element and a design touch that provide brightness and space. It's a quietly joyous space in which to begin and end your day, with the finesse of a hotel and the domestic warmth of a private home.


Panoramic views of the city provide a magical, iconic Sydney backdrop for occasions on the penthouse rooftop,
from sociable Friday nights to lazy Sunday breakfasts.

exterior spaces

41 Birmingham's ground-floor retail and lobby space provides an inviting and ever-changing street presence, making the building a destination in itself. At the rear of the building and on the rooftop, landscaping by renowned Australian firm Taylor Brammer gives ground-floor and penthouse residents unique and beautiful garden spaces in which to socialise and relax.