UK law firm Clarke Willmott is moving its Birmingham office to a new home.
The practice has signed a ten-year deal on 4,226 sq ft at 9 Colmore Row and will relocate from its current base in Edmund Street.
It will join other professional services firms at the address including Turley, Capital Dynamics, Brewin Dolphin, BNP Paribas and Smith & Williamson, three of which have renewed leases totalling more than 18,000 sq ft in the last month.
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Landlord UK Commercial Property REIT recently completed an upgrade programme at the property, which saw the reception area refurbished; the addition of a communal meeting room and breakout space and the creation of a new cycling hub and changing rooms.
Will Fulton, lead manager with Aberdeen Standard Investments which advises the landlord, said: “We have invested in the property over the last few years to ensure that we can maximise its potential and continue attracting the city’s top businesses, including Clarke Wilmott, as we emerge from the pandemic and occupiers become more selective towards higher quality office environments.”