New tenant for Two Chamberlain Square

The MEPC team

The development and asset management team leading Paradise Birmingham, MEPC, has moved into a new office at Two Chamberlain Square.

Urban regeneration specialist MEPC has taken space on the fifth floor of the building. The space includes a new marketing suite for the Paradise project, as well as providing a curated space for events.

MEPC will be joining DLA Piper, Knights, Mazars, Atkins, Cazenove Capital and Cubo at Two Chamberlain Square.

Rob Groves, regional development director with Paradise development manager, MEPC, said: “We are very proud to have created a new home in one of our own buildings and can’t wait to welcome clients and contacts to our new space.

“The MEPC passion for city scale placemaking shines through all our projects, but nowhere more so than at Paradise. The new space also allows us to look for further opportunities in Birmingham and solidify our continued long-term commitment to the region while creating new shared space for functions and events.

“Our development and asset management teams will now be based at the heart of Paradise, helping us serve our existing occupiers and tenants, as well as welcoming new ones. Our primary focus remains on delivering a highly successful new piece of the city and the team continues to work hard on bringing forward phase two and phase three of the development.

“Our former home at 77 Paradise Circus Queensway is well on its way to becoming Octagon, a world-first tower for Birmingham, and as Paradise continues to change and evolve into a new destination for the city, we will be actively taking our place within it.”

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