Offices to let Jewellery Quarter Birmingham are part of a vibrant business community and home to around 1,500 businesses, with many from the creative and professional sectors. Commercial property in the Jewellery Quarter is supported by a range of residential properties housing over 19,000 people, including apartments and townhouses.
Offices to let Jewellery Quarter Birmingham are home to a variety of businesses, including professional service providers such as solicitors, engineers, marketing agencies and architects, as well as printers, health & beauty clinics and, of course, many jewellery makers and retailers.
Located only 10 minutes’ walk from Birmingham city centre, Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter office occupiers enjoy lower rents and rates than areas such as the Colmore Business District, yet still benefit from a wealth of local amenities and excellent public transport links.
Within the Jewellery Quarter district, office occupiers benefit from amenities such as:
- Jewellery Quarter station – comprising both a railway station and tram stop
- Hotels such as Newhall Square’s Staycity Aparthotels, Bloc on Caroline Street and Birmingham Central Newhall Street Travelodge
- Post Office and many high street banks
- Multiple express stores, with larger supermarkets within walking distance
- A broad range of restaurants, bars and cafés
Also situated within the Jewellery Quarter is St Paul’s Square, an established office location, popular lunchtime venue and the last remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham. The Square provides some of the most attractive, tranquil surroundings in the city and is lined by a host of restaurants, bars and galleries.
The Jewellery Quarter has enjoyed various inward investments in recent years, enhancing its amenity offering. University College Birmingham has also launched the next phase of its £100 million investment in student facilities with a £38 million higher education centre situated on Charlotte Street.
The Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) has supported and developed the area over recent years. Objectives of the JQ BID include providing and maintaining an attractive, clean and safe environment for businesses and visitors alike, as well as improving the economic and environmental wellbeing of the area.