• Size:
    5,000 sq ft / 465 sq m
  • Usage:
  • Sale Type:
    To Let
  • Rental Income:
  • Property Type:
  • Auction:
  • Development Opportunity:
  • Investment Opportunity:
  • Tenanted:
  • Energy Rating:

The property comprises a Victorian terracotta-fronted building over four floors designed by Augustus Macer-Wright of Hamblins Architects and completed in 1902. The building stands on the spot, first settled by the Berma tribe in the 8th Century, which became the city of Birmingham.

The available space comprises office accommodation arranged over several suites ranging from 100 - 5,000 sq ft.

A new lease for a term to be agreed. Rent on application.

The property is located in the heart of Digbeth, a few minutes walk from the Bull Ring shopping centre of Birmingham, and is made up of a variety of renovated industrial and new buildings circled by Floodgate Street, Heath Mill Lane and Fazeley Street running along the River Rea.

The pricing is unfortunately not available for this property online. Please submit your details using the form below and the agent will contact you to discuss this further.