The Jewellery Quarter building which houses one of Birmingham's best-known music venues has been put up for sale.
3-5 St Paul's Square, better known as home to The Jam House, has been given a £3.26 million price tag by its owner Birmingham Properties Group.
Any sale of the building will not affect the bar and music venue, the owner has stressed.
The fully let Georgian property is 13,336 sq ft across is three storeys and also includes offices and 16 parking spaces and attracts rent of £250,120 per year.
The Jam House, which was launched in 1999 with the help of former Squeeze pianist and BBC presenter Jools Holland, has 18 years to run on its lease.
John Tebbutt, managing director of Birmingham Properties Group, said the sale of the building would enable the company to reinvest in other development projects.
"We have very ambitious plans and are already involved with a number of exciting property projects across Birmingham and the wider Midlands so the sale of The Jam House will enable us to pursue other schemes," he said.
"The commercial property sector in the region is extremely buoyant and we are keen to get our plans under way."
Oliver Forster, of consultancy BNP Paribas Real Estate which is handling the sale, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity to buy a piece of Birmingham history in the city's popular Jewellery Quarter.
"Not only is this a very attractive building in an old part of the city centre, it is home to a very well-established and successful live music venue and will be sold as a transfer of a business as a going concern.
"We expect interest to be high for this interesting piece of Birmingham real estate."