3 Sovereign Court is perfectly located to enjoy the benefits of the Jewellery Quarter and Birmingham city centre

3 Sovereign Court is prominently located on Graham Street, close to St Paul’s Square in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Graham Street is an extension of Newhall Street, which provides direct access to the A38 Queensway, the A38M and subsequently the M6. Both Snow Hill and the Jewellery Quarter railway stations are approximately 10 minutes’ walk.

In addition to the multitude of amenities within Birmingham’s central core, the Jewellery Quarter also provides:

  • A vibrant business community and home to around 1,500 businesses, with many from the creative and professional sectors
  • Over thirty bars and restaurants
  • Co-op food hall, Newhall Square – 3 minutes’ walk
  • Tesco Express, Greggs and Subway – 4 minutes’ walk
  • Birmingham Central Newhall Street Travelodge – 5 minutes’ walk

Why offices in the Jewellery Quarter?

Offering a wealth of local amenities and providing excellent public transport links, the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham is a vibrant business community and home to around 1,500 businesses, with many from the creative and professional sectors.

Located only 10 minutes’ walk from Birmingham city centre, Sovereign Court offices in the Jewellery Quarter offer businesses the opportunity of an address nearby at lower rents and rates.

Situated within close proximity to Sovereign Court offices, St Paul’s Square, the last remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham, offers tranquil surroundings and a host of restaurants, bars and galleries.

Car parking in the Jewellery Quarter, which is more affordable than Birmingham city centre, is available on-street with the most convenient multi-storey car park to Sovereign Court offices located on Newhall Street, just a few minutes’ walk away. Alternative car parking is available and can be found at the Ramgarhia Sikh Temple opposite Sovereign Court offices, or Vyse Street multi-storey car park. Additional contract car parking for tenants is available via the landlord in George Street, a few minutes’ walk away.

Development plans for improvement of the Jewellery Quarter are in place with the recent establishment of the Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District (BID). The objectives of the Jewellery Quarter BID, amongst others, are to maintain and provide an attractive, clean and safe environment for businesses and visitors alike as well as improving the economic wellbeing of the area.

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