It's being billed as one of the best business addresses for smaller-sized suites in Birmingham's traditional business district - and the letting agents are confident that professional firms will snap it up.
Original art deco-style features both inside and outside have been preserved as part of a £1.3 million refurbishment programme at Cavendish House.
Described as one of Birmingham's most elegant and well established character buildings, it was relaunched to the market by Dominic Stokes, managing director of Stoford Developments, which owns the building.
"The refurbishment of such a landmark building plays a key contribution to the Birmingham regeneration programme and reinforces the attraction of the city for investment," said Mr Stokes at a launch event to show off the results of the six-month revamp, carried out by Stoford in conjunction with HSBC Property Fund Management.
"Cavendish House is unique in offering original art deco-style features both inside and outside, which is complemented by the extremely efficient, state of the art contemp orary style of the refurbishment.
"Its full return to the marketplace will help to address the current shortfall of prime office accommodation."
Occupying a prominent position on Waterloo Street, near to its junction with Temple Row, the seven-storey building boasts office suites from as small as 533 sq ft on the first and third floors with larger spaces on the fifth and sixth floors, which can be combined to create up to 5,459 sq ft in total.
KWB's Nigel Tripps highlights the stone facade with art deco-style features, which creates what he describes as an imposing central entrance leading to a reception area with commissionaire, the main stairwell and ten-person passenger lift.
Shared areas of the building have also been refurbished and all of the vacant suites are completed to a high specification that includes comfort cooling, state-of-the-art lighting design and cable trunking.
Public car parks within easy reach offer short-stay and contract car spaces.
"We believe that this building provides one of the best business addresses in Birmingham for smaller-sized suites which have been refurbished to a high-quality in a key central location," says Mr Tripp.
"We are already dealing with a number of enquiries from a number of smaller organisations seeking to relocate to the heart of the city's business core and look forward to making tenant announcements soon.
"The building offers a contemporary working environment behind the distinctive presence so close to St Philip's Place and Colmore Row - right in the heart of the city's financial and professional district and directly adjacent to Snow Hill station.
"The building offers the winning combination of high quality finishes and a modern working environment with impressive views across the city."
Birmingham-based Fusion Building Consultancy acted as project managers for the refurbishment and Halligan Associates acted as mechanical and engineering consultants.