Commercial People has learned that a £1.2 million major refurbishment of a landmark office building in Birmingham has reached practical completion.
Developed as a joint venture between Key Land Capital and Urban Village Capital, the partners have invested significantly to deliver a high-quality business hub at Trinity Point in Halesowen, Birmingham.
Approximately 30,000 sq ft of office space has been refurbished with work also including upgraded toilets, communal areas, a new roof and a replacement lift for the west wing.
Commenting on the project, Kevin Sharkey, chief executive officer at Key Land Capital, said: “The fantastic new facilities at Trinity Point will help businesses grow, collaborate, and create jobs for people in the area as companies recover from the effects of the pandemic and adapt to the new working environment.
“It has been exciting to see the transformation of Trinity Point with a comprehensive programme of refurbishment. The office space has been stripped out and brought up to modern standards with new mechanical and electrical systems, LED lighting, complete redecoration, new carpets and upgraded toilets. The new office suites will provide first-class business accommodation.
In addition to the refurb, some 20,000 sq ft of self-contained office suites are also available for rent.
Leading flexible office space provider Citibase has taken a lease on 10,000 sq ft to create a flexible office hub providing space for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and start-ups, seeking flexible accommodation. It has already agreed on lettings to three occupiers.