The Grand is one of Birmingham’s most iconic buildings occupying a prominent and imposing position on Colmore Row with views over St Philip’s Cathedral.

Colmore Row is traditionally the city’s most prestigious address running from Victoria Square to Snow Hill station, within the Colmore Business District. In addition to the numerous high profile professional service office occupiers in the area, there is an abundance of quality retailers such as; Louis Vuitton, Jaegar, Clements and Church, Pret a Manger and Whitewall Galleries, as well as a variety of exceptional bars and restaurants.

The area is well served by public transport links lying within easy walking distance of both Snow Hill and New Street train stations.

The opulent surroundings provide an ideal setting for both retailing and entertainment with St Philip’s Square providing one of the only green spaces in the city centre.


The Grade II* listed property was originally built by Issac Horton and is still owned by the Horton family today.

In the past The Grand has played host to royalty, politicians and stars of the stage and screen. The elaborately decorated Grosvenor Room was once the centre of civil life in Birmingham holding countless social events. The property is currently undwer extensive refurbishment and its planned uses include a luxury hotel with extensive conference and banqueting facilities, offices and a mixture of retail and leisure accommodation.


The units will be handed over in a developers shell specification with glazed shop frontages and capped off services. Further detail on the proposed handover condition can be made available upon request.

Business Premises Renovation Allowance (BPRA) may be available.

Interested parties to make their own enquiries.

Business Rates

The newly configured premises will be reassessed for rating purposes.

All interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Local Rating Authority on 0121 303 5509.

Service Charge

A service charge will be levied.

Further information available upon request.