Partner announced for £4m Brindleyplace refurbishment
Artemis Interiors will deliver the £4m refurbishment of Nine Brindleyplace, which will be rebranded as its new owners look to re-position the building in the marketplace.
Nearly 60% of the building is currently vacant. The building has Piccolino and Coast to Coast on the ground floor and its office tenants include Free Radio, Unity Trust Bank and Odgers Berndtson.
It is managed by Hines UK on behalf of the estate owners, a client of HSBC Alternative Investments, who acquired the portfolio earlier this year.
Nine Brindleyplace will become known as The Oozells Building, named after Oozells Square. The nearby Ikon Gallery is in the building that was once Oozells Street School.
Raj Rajput, of Hines UK, said: “The Oozells Building represents a unique proposition for Brindleyplace in terms of its size and configuration.
“With an outstanding track record, we feel that Artemis Interiors is an ideal partner who can assist in delivering our vision for this statement building.”
The refurbishment programme will see the entrance moved and upgrades to the building’s interior spaces, while the outside will get new cladding, lighting and signage.
Artemis Interiors’ Tony Martin added: “This is a great appointment, with a clear vision for the refurbishment of the building and some truly exciting design opportunities.”