Rising to seven-storeys, Two Chamberlain Square is one of the first buildings that realises the Paradise masterplan which reinstates Birmingham’s civic heart and celebrates some of the UK’s finest Victorian civic buildings.
Providing Grade I office space, the building provides a sense of place to be enjoyed by all those that work and visit the area - an important element to future occupiers attracting and retaining the best employees.
"Delivering this exceptional office building together with the public space enhancements helps to bring our plans to create this prestigious new business address at the civic heart of Birmingham.”
The project forms an important edge to the recently reopened Chamberlain Square, which together with the Grade I listed Town Hall and Council House, are part of Joseph Chamberlain’s rich legacy of important civic buildings from the 19th century.
This new building is strikingly different to its historic neighbours yet is influenced by their composition and materials. Like its neighbours, the building presents a strongly modelled facade to the square, using elegant, slender columns that run the full height of the building, before stepping back at the sixth floor with a roof terrace.