Offices space in Digbeth, Birmingham

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Centrally located The Walker Building is highly accessible and only a short distance from New Street and Moor Street Station.

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Convenient location

The Walker Building's Birmingham offices are also conveniently located, being within easy walking distance to local transport links and allowing staff and visitors the ability to travel to and from the building with ease. With its central location the Walker Building also has plenty of local amenities and attractions on hand.

Digbeth is traditionally thought of as the old heart of Birmingham and is an inspiring location for offices in Birmingham city centre. Everything started here with life revolving around the markets and St Martins Church. Digbeth's historic rail viaducts are a prominent feature of the area, a feature which is integral to the unique nature of the Walker Building, the remaining canal infrastructure is a hidden gem, with the River Rea passing through the area.

Why is Digbeth a great location for offices in Birmingham city centre?

Today the area is characterised by small-scale engineering and metal working, although all is set to change. With the Walker building at the pinnacle of a new wave of regeneration, Digbeth is set to be the place to be for offices in Birmingham city centre. Major schemes such as the reconstruction of the Birmingham Coach Station have completed and there are early designs for Warwick Bar, where the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal meets the Digbeth Branch Canal. Planning permission has also been granted for Typhoo Wharf and Connaught Square, both of which will comprise a mix of residential, commercial and leisure uses further developing on the rich and diversity of amenities already present within the area.

Digbeth also includes the South Birmingham College and has witnessed significant development in the arts, media and craft industries. Moreover, Digbeth has developed a music and media industry and hosts the annual Gigbeth and Supersonic Festivals. Digbeth is therefore well placed to take on the mantel of the new 'Creative Quarter' with the demand for offices in Birmingham city centre in this particular area continuing to rise.