Restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, safe parking - not to mention first-class office space. It all explains why people are happy to work at the award-winning Brindleyplace.
Agents Charles Toogood, of GVA Grimley, and David Tonks, of DTZ, believe that the working environment is a key factor in occupier's decisions to relocate - which is why Brindleyplace remains at the top of accommodation hit-lists.
They cite research showing that badly-located and poorly-designed workplaces can have a detrimental effect on employees.
A survey by Management Today found that virtually all respondents (97 per cent) thought of their place of work as a symbol of whether or not they were valued by their employer.
Mr Toogood, whose firm shares Three Brindleyplace with Regus, says: "Increasingly occupiers are realising that there is a direct link between the office environment and business productivity, while there is a growing body of research that supports this assertion.
"The survey, as well as measuring how valued work-ers feel, also found one third of respondents felt too ashamed of their offices to bring back colleagues or clients.
"This worrying gap may be the result of downward cost drivers, with premises representing a cost that is both r eadily identified and comprehended.
"However, preoccupation with cost may actually destroy value as the worth of office accommodation is inadequately understood.
"Office space can create value for a business - not just through economy but by improving the effectiveness of its people and broadcasting positive messages about its core principles."
The survey has resulted in independent research from British Council of Offices which, in conjunction with CABE, has published two documents The Impact of Office Design of Business Performance and Better Places to Work.
Key findings include that people who work in well-designed and well-located workplaces naturally feel more valued as employees and as a result, are more productive and less likely to move on.
Up to 11,912 sq ft of space is on the market at Three Brindleyplace, with up to 23 on-site car parking spaces.
The building itself is one of the most recognisable Brindleyplace buildings, with classically-inspired arches and a full-height atrium. Grade A open floorplates are wrapped around the central glazed atrium and benefit from high levels of natural light.
Mr Tonks, a director at DTZ, says: "The mixed nature of Brindleyplace means that alongside a premier office environment, occupiers and their employees benefit from a wealth of amenities on their doorstep.
"Argent, the developer of Brindleyplace, operates a proactive management regime which gives occupiers the ability to operate a more flexible business model.
"This means they work with tenants to maximise their productivity as well as managing tenant expansion or consolidation plans to reach the optimum solution for both landlord and tenant.
"This combination of a first-class environment and a customer focused landlord, alongside the ample and safe car parking at Brindleyplace, ensures the offer is absolutely second to none."
More than 8,500 people work at Brindleyplace and there are 30 restaurants, bars, cafes and shops as well as leisure and recreation attractions.
Office occupiers in Three Brindleyplace include GVA Grimley and Regus, other Brindleyplace tenants include BT, Deloitte, Michael Page and RBS.