Paradise; Birmingham like you’ve never seen it before.
The £1.2 billion regeneration project putting Birmingham back on the map
Paradise is the most important development Birmingham has seen in a generation. In the past it was a place where arts, learning and commerce flourished side by side, and its latest transformation sees it inspiring a new generation of visitors, residents, thinkers and doers.
Live-work-play at its best
The future of Birmingham
Paradise is a place where commerce and culture come together in harmony, a place as exciting and vital as the city itself. Celebrating the best of old and new paying homage to Birmingham’s rich, diverse culture, it gives the city an exciting new direction.
Paradise brings a new urban neighbourhood to life in the heart of Birmingham by creating a thriving hub of favourite events, spaces, squares, restaurants and cafés. It’s a place to work and where you can be; it’s a place to visit, spend a day with the family and enjoy.
Seamlessly combining contemporary new office, retail, hotel and leisure spaces with Birmingham’s most celebrated listed buildings, Paradise offers the ultimate balance of live-work-play:
10 brand-new premium buildings
3 new public squares
New homes, retail space and leisure space
New 400 bike cycle hub
Improved transport links
One Centenary Way
Set to become one of the city’s most iconic buildings – One Centenery Way’s exoskeletal design and sleek floor-to-ceiling glass, makes a big statement on the skyline. Recently completed, there are only four floors left to occupy in this building, alongside Goldman Sachs and Arup.
Designed by Glenn Howells Architects, with engineering input from Arup, One Centenary Way is a 68-metre tall, 13 storey, 280,000 sq ft commercial building with office, leisure, bar and restaurant uses on the ground floor.
The basement of the building features Birmingham’s first dedicated cycle hub with space for up to 400 bikes, showers, storage and maintenance facilities, all available to the public as well as Paradise occupiers.
The building is also highly sustainable with features including a pure electric heating and hot water supply system and steel produced using green energy. And, it’s packed with future-ready features including SMART access to services, information and facilities.
It’s an exciting opportunity to take part in Birmingham’s iconic next chapter…
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