Birmingham Properties Group has moved its headquarters into its own city centre office scheme to facilitate further expansion of the Jewellery Quarter’s late night music venue The Jam House.
BPG has relocated into the first floor offices at 172 Edmund Street, following completion of a new 20-year lease of its old offices to The Jam House across 3,000 sq ft at 1 St Paul’s Square, which will be converted into a new bar and restaurant area.
John Southall, director at BPG, said: “This is an exciting time for us; moving to 172 Edmund Street will provide existing and future tenants with hands-on management of this city core building.
"The deal at 1 St Paul’s Square provided the catalyst we needed to move into the city core, a move which brings us closer to our clients and professional advisors.”
Jonathan Ottewell, associate of office agency at Savills Birmingham, added: “The success of office schemes is all down to effective management and, following on from the letting earlier in the year to Carlisle Staffing, BPG’s move into the building bolsters a strong tenant mix alongside international exhibitor, Marins.”
A further 4,111 sq ft is available in the building in suites from 1,439 sq ft.
Savills and Knight Frank are joint agents on 172 Edmund Street.
BPG was founded in the 1980s and is focused on delivering mixed-use development schemes, purchasing investment properties, strategic recovery and asset management.
It is part of BPG Holdings, a privately owned property and investment group in the Isle of Man.