Serviced Offices from £297 pp pm
Three Brindleyplace overlooks the development’s beautiful Central Square. Completed in 1998, the seven-storey building features a striking classical design with stone columns forming colonnades along the façade. An adjacent clock tower has become a landmark in the city centre. Inside, the modern red brick building has a soaring glazed atrium with an inspiring entrance and reception area. In total, three Brindleyplace houses 91,500 square feet of Grade A office accommodation suitable for head and satellite offices as well as other corporate offices. On the second and third floors is a prestigious business centre with over 28,000 square feet of modern serviced offices and amenities. Whether you need a temporary base or a flexible workspace as your company grows, this sought-after business centre offers quality service and accommodation in a prime location. Offices of various sizes are furnished with stylish desks and ergonomic chairs. They are also fitted with high-speed internet and programmable telephones. Staff at the centre’s dedicated reception desk welcome visitors and provide additional support to tenants if needed. A generous communal kitchen includes a comfortable seating area and complimentary refreshments, while a comfortable lounge provides a quiet space to work and network. There is a large boardroom with all the equipment and materials you need to host a successful meeting. The centre is also accessible 24 hours a day using programmed smart cards.
Brindleyplace is a major mixed-use development in Birmingham’s Westside district. Named after and located at Brindley Place, the former industrial area has been transformed since work began in 1993. Along with modern office accommodation, the 17-acre site includes a diverse collection of shops, restaurants and bars. It is also home to the National Sea Life Centre, the Ikon Gallery, and the Crescent Theatre. Bridnleyplace is adjacent to the Birmingham Canal Navigations Main Line Canal, across from the International Convention Centre, the Symphony Hall and Barclaycard Arena. Brindleyplace is on the western edge of the city centre, providing businesses with easy access to major transport routes and fantastic local amenities. It is less than a 20-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station, a major transport hub with regular train connections to destinations throughout the UK. The thriving commercial quarter is also 20 minutes from the iconic Bullring and countless other shopping and dining destinations throughout the city centre. About a ten-minute drive to the north-east is the A38, which links with the M6.