Two new restaurants suggested for The Crossway

Two new restaurants suggested for The Crossway

Two new restaurant and bar units could be moving in to Birmingham’s The Crossway.

A planning application has been submitted for the ground floor to be converted into two food and beverage units suitable for restaurant or cafe operators.

The space will also include an exterior terrace on Summer Row.

Gordon Kellie, of Dunedin Property Asset Management, said: “These spaces will be a fantastic addition to the already outstanding range of restaurants and bars on Summer Row and will provide users from across the estate with somewhere to spend time away from the office with clients or to relax out of hours.”

Work is already underway on the comprehensive redevelopment of The Crossway, a joint venture between Angelo Gordon and Dunedin Property Asset management, which will see recladding of the exterior of the building, full refurbishment of the interior, creation of an enhanced reception and the upgrade of all mains services.

Dunedin has already completed the refurbishment of Charles House and Lombard House, also at Great Charles Street, which have created fresh and contemporary office environments.

Gordon continued: “We have continued to see substantial interest in the Birmingham office market over the last 12 months and we feel that the redevelopment of these buildings at Great Charles Street is at the perfect time to meet demand.

“We want to make best use of the unique and interesting spaces within these buildings and are creating high quality, desirable office accommodation specifically targeted towards smaller occupiers who have perhaps outgrown serviced offices, or want to upgrade to higher quality offices.”