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New Town Row

Birmingham, West Midlands, B6 4QZ

Property Type

Industrial

Size

14,985 sq ft (1,393 sq m)

Availabilty

Let

Property Detail

PROPERTY ADDRESS : Newton, Birmingham, B6 4QZ

PROPERTY SIZE : 5,000sq ft in total

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CLASS: B2

This site offers a 3,500 sq ft warehouse with 1,500 sq ft of offices less than 1.5km from Birmingham City Centre. An excellent choice for businesses looking to keep all their operations in the same place! The warehouse is of steel portal frame construction with brick elevations and an eaves height of 17ft.

The warehouse can be accessed via an electric roller shutter door, and also has roof lights, high-level downlighters and suspended gas-fired heaters. The 2 storey office block can be accessed via New Town Row. The site also benefits from access to a secure yard and a loading area.

New Town Row is part of the A34 - one of the main arterial routes for Birmingham City Centre. Birmingham New Street station is approx 1.5km away, and the Aston Expressway (A38M) is 500m away.

Birmingham has been at the centre of the UK industrial scene since the 1600s, and is known as the ‘workshop of the world’. This is partly helped by its excellent canal network, which transformed Birmingham into the greatest industrial city in the world by the 18th centre. Did you know - Birmingham still has more canals than Venice?

Nowadays, Birmingham has diversified, but it still remains one of the most important cities in relation to manufacturing. This particular warehouse used to be home to the Rovex factory, which is where it got its name.


Find out more about the Considerations when Choosing an Industrial Unit to Let and the local area with our in-depth Guide to Business in Birmingham.
Not sure on what size space would be best for your business? Take a look at our handy commercial property size guide here.


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Feature and amenities

  • 14,985 sq ft
  • Inner-city industrial unit
  • Good-sized service area
  • 1.5 km from Birmingham New Street Mainline Station
  • Eaves height of 17 ft
  • Electric roller shutter doors
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Incentives are available to the ingoing tenant subject to lease length.

Business Rates: Parties interested to let this business space should make their own enquiries with the local authority.

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