Award-winning commercial property specialist Bromwich Hardy is celebrating a double success in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.
The Coventry-based agency has concluded a deal to let a three-story office building in Church Court and also been retained as managing agent for the site.
Bromwich Hardy surveyor Caine Gilchrist, who was acting for the landlord, said the 3,500 sq ft offices had been let to Coventry-based Tutors & Exams Ltd on a seven-year deal.
“We’re delighted to have secured a deal for this beautiful building which is superbly situated and offers excellent facilities.
“The deal again underlines the flight to quality in the current office market, as businesses look to offer their staff the best possible working spaces. Light seeps through all aspects of Church Court making it a warm, attractive workplace and its location cannot be beaten.
“We are also delighted to be retained to manage the property for the landlord. Bromwich Hardy now manages a total of 1,378 properties all over the country across all sectors and it is a growing part of our business.
“It is particularly pleasing that a landlord trusts us both to market and manage a property because it clearly demonstrates the value we bring to both aspects of the business.”
Bromwich Hardy’s property management team offers a full management service to maximise returns for property owners and investors under the leadership of Allan Watts, with the team providing decades of experience in the sector.
It oversees a range of buildings from Livingstone in Scotland to Barnstaple near Exeter – including responsibility for some of Coventry’s most historic buildings as managing agent for Historic Coventry Trust.
Earlier this year Bromwich Hardy was named the best commercial agency team in the Midlands at the inaugural Midland Property and Investment Awards. The agency was also named the most active agent for Warwickshire for the ninth year running as part of the 2022 Annual EG Radius awards and won four awards from industry data experts CoStar for its work in Coventry and Warwickshire.