Edmund Gardens is a newly refurbished but well-established office scheme, occupying a key location in Birmingham's Colmore Business District
Opening onto Edmund Street, Edmund Gardens comprises five, self-contained buildings, each with its own unique style, set around a tranquil, landscaped central courtyard.
Each building has it’s own individual character and offers a wide range of space and specifications to suit the requirements of specific occupiers, collectively forming a collaborative working environment with a real sense of community.
With its delightful blend of high quality, contemporary office space, unrivalled accessibility and close proximity to the city’s many attractions, 1 Edmund Gardens provides efficient Grade A office accommodation ideally suited to a range of business types.
Complementing the high quality office space, Edmund Gardens hosts an enticing mix of retail and leisure amenities, including high-end hairdresser Benjamin Ryan, luxury men’s retailer Clements & Church, artisan coffee houses Urban Coffee and Home, bar/restaurant The Roebuck.
2,664 - 10,333
4th (Church Street Wing), 3rd (Church Street Wing), 3rd (Barwick Street Wing), 2nd (Church Street Wing), 1st (Barwick Street Wing), Ground (Barwick Street Wing)
1 Edmund Gardens offers flexible Grade A office space, suites from 2,664 sq ft
Bulkhead VRF air conditioning system
Fully accessible raised floors
Cycle storage, lockers, shower block and drying room
Flexible open plan workspaces
24 hour access
New WC and accessible WC on each refurbished floor
1 Edmund Gardens, Birmingham B3 2HJ
John Smiths Court
6,748 - 60,132
126 Colmore Row
428 - 2,907
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