A comprehensively refurbished Grade A office building situated in the heart of Birmingham's CBD.
The building has undergone a full back to frame refurbishment and features a fully glazed front elevation overlooking Newhall Street, extended floor plates and an enhanced contemporary reception. Stepping into 1 Newhall Street’s impressive reception provides a dynamic sense of arrival for both occupiers and visitors. The reception leads directly to the lift lobby which features two new 13 person passenger lifts offering access to the basement and floors 1 - 7. The fully refurbished offices have been extended to create floor plates from c. 6,000 sq ft of contiguous space around the centrally located cores on floors 1 to 7, while the uniform open plan layout delivers an occupational ratio of not less than 1:10 sq m. The eighth floor features an expansive exterior terrace that wraps around three sides of the building, offering views over the city. Floor boxes and busbars have been installed to meet day one requirements, reducing the fit-out time for new occupiers. Efficient and fully programmable PIR controlled LED lighting utilises passive movement sensors and daylight dimming to reduce energy bills. Brand new mechanical and electrical services have been installed throughout the building. Accessed from both the lift core and the vehicular entrance on Barwick Street, the secure basement parking facilities provide 23 car spaces, five motorcycle spaces and storage for 20 bicycles along with lockers, showers, changing and drying facilities.
1 Newhall Street is just a short distance from the retail landmarks of Grand Central and Bullring and positioned midway between Paradise and Snowhill. A part of the Colmore Business District, 1 Newhall Street is at the heart of the city’s office core yet amongst some of Birmingham’s best bars, restaurants and coffee shops, including Purnell’s Bistro, The Ivy, Utopia, Hotel du Vin, Urban Coffee, Opus and Fazenda. The building also benefits from its proximity to Birmingham’s cultural attractions, including theatres, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Town Hall, Symphony Hall and Arena Birmingham, giving staff the perfect opportunity for work life balance. While 1 Newhall Street is easily accessible by car, with the nearby A38M offering direct connections to the national motorway network, it is also ideally situated to take advantage of Birmingham’s public transport connections. New Street Station – Birmingham’s busiest and most popular train station – is just a five minute walk away, while the Metro link runs to Snow Hill Station and by 2019 will offer connections to the International Convention Centre and beyond.
The building has an EPC rating of B (44).
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