Caribbean restaurant and bar chain signs up to Brindleyplace
Caribbean restaurant and bar chain Turtle Bay is set to open at Birmingham’s 10 Brindleyplace.
CBRE Investment Management has let 4,465 sq ft to the company which will open its latest venue in mid September, creating 50 jobs.
10 Brindleyplace is undergoing a £40m back to the frame transformation that will open this summer.
Nick White, director at CBRE Investment Management, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Turtle Bay to 10 Brindleyplace. The creation of an inclusive feel-good space with strong environmental and social credentials for our occupiers and wider community to enjoy strongly aligns with what we are creating at 10 Brindleyplace – a sustainable office space that encourages and combines work with play.”
Steve Robinson, CFO for Turtle Bay, said: “We are very pleased to be able to offer Caribbean Good Times to even more people in Birmingham by opening a second site, this time in Brindleyplace. We’ll shortly be looking to recruit highly engaged and dynamic team members in bar, floor and kitchen roles; if this interests you, please get in touch.”
With the creation of 210,000 sq ft of grade A office space, 10 Brindleyplace will offer one of Birmingham’s largest available office floorplates, at more than 27,000 sq ft, and will also be the city’s biggest overall office development to complete in 2022.
CBRE and Savills are acting as joint agents for the office space.