The landmark Centre City offers a range of flexible and affordable office spaces in Birmingham city centre. The impressive 20-storey workspace is conveniently located next to New Street Station and the Bullring. Not only does its location make it perfect for the commute but it puts your business at the heart of the city giving you the perfect opportunity to connect, grow and collaborate. The fully-refurbished Centre City has a fantastic range of amenities to support your business including car parking, bike racks, showers, and a customer service team on-site. Whether you’re looking for coworking space or offices to rent in Birmingham, Centre City is a thriving, innovative space and an iconic part of the city’s skyline.
Centre City was designed by Richard Seifert, a prolific and much-admired architect who excelled in the modernist movement and whose works have shaped the skyline of post-war Britain. His most famous building is London’s Centrepoint. Built in 1975, Centre City is part of the brutalist school of architecture which is characterised by its modular appearance and rough, exposed concrete. The building comprises a tower and podium - as a condition of the planning permission part of the podium originally housed a theatre but because of several other existing theatres in the area it was never used.
Typical floor plan
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