Plans for the third building at the Arena Central development have been submitted to Birmingham City Council.
The 3 Arena Central will be delivered by ACDL — a joint venture between Miller Developments and Pro Vinci Asset Management — and will be designed by architectural practice Make.
The building will cover a total area of 22,370sq m, including 21,700sq m of offices over ground and 13 upper floors with 292sq m of ancillary retail.
The development will also include a car park and cycle storage facilities over three basement levels.
Jonathan Wallis from ACDL said: “Our decision to submit these plans for 3 Arena Central demonstrates the confidence that we feel in the occupier market post-Brexit.
“By looking to secure planning consent now, we are minimising the lead-in time to the delivery of the building which, with the right occupier interest, could be delivered by Q1 2019.
“Arena Central is a key strategic asset for Birmingham, having already attracted one leading global institution and with the capacity, capability and flexibility to provide class-leading commercial accommodation to further high-profile, large scale blue chip occupiers.”
The 3 Arena Central is part of the Arena Central development — a 9.2-acre site that will deliver 11,500sq m of mixed-used development — in Birmingham city centre.
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