A group of properties in the Jewellery Quarter have been sold for more than £2 million.
The buildings, in Caroline Street, have been acquired by Raybone Developments which is behind the redevelopment of the old Birmingham Mint site in Icknield Street.
The deal comprises 64-66 Caroline Street, Regent Court at 68 Caroline Street, 18 Regent Parade and 60 Regent Place.
The seller was an unnamed private investor.
It was completed as an off-market transaction for an undisclosed fee "exceeding £2 million", according to a statement.
Tenants at Regent Court are staying in situ following the deal while tenants in the other buildings are on short-term agreements.
They are also expected to stay in place as Raybone decides what to do with the buildings, some of which are older and in need of renovation and refurbishment.
Chris Booth, from property agency Nattrass Booth which represented the seller, said: "We have worked with the owners to piece together the sites over time and believe that Raybone Developments will sympathetically carry out a refurbishment program to bring the properties back to their former glory.
"A number of the properties have listed status, are situated in a conservation area and have considerable historical relevance, each with their inherent architectural charm."
The properties were purchased more than 12 months ago as part of a portfolio.
Jewellery Quarter property consultancy Siddall Jones acted for Raybone Developments on the deal.