Last chance to grab tickets to hear from the new owners of Brindleyplace

Matt Long, senior asset manager, Praxis

Join us to hear from Matt Long, senior asset manager for Praxis which recently acquired Brindleyplace, on its plans to deliver some of the best sustainable office and leisure space in the UK.

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Property investor Praxis alongside private credit specialist investment firm Veld Capital, purchased the 14.9-acre development from HSBC Alternative Investments in September.

Kick off the New Year by joining us for lunch sponsored by Bevan Brittan at Bank, Brindleyplace on 31st January 2024, to hear what plans the new owners have for the landmark estate.

As the senior manager in charge of asset management, tenant engagement & placemaking at the estate, Matt is both a highly visible and approachable advocate for everyone who works and visits Brindleyplace.

He is a highly respected real estate professional with more than 20 years of experience in the local commercial property marketplace, previously working for Calthorpe Estates, Colliers International as well as DTZ, now part of Cushman & Wakefield.

Matt’s focus at Brindleyplace is on developing existing and creating new relationships and partnerships with occupiers, tenants, and visitors. This brings him into contact with staff and the public in equal measure with the aim of improving the customer experience for everyone who comes to Brindleyplace.

Brindleyplace is Birmingham’s premier business and leisure address with large office occupiers like Deutsche Bank, Deloitte, Avison Young, Unity Trust Bank and X&Y. In total, there’s more than 1.1 million sq ft of commercial space across the estate.

Leisure operators include more than twenty bars, cafes and restaurants including Bank, Las Iguanas, Alchemist, Lulu Wild, Cosy Club, Perios, Pulperia and more.

Attractions like the National Sea Life Centre, Ikon Gallery and Crescent Theatre provide great family-friendly days out and excellent transport links, including the new West Midlands Metro tram stop, make Brindleyplace one of the most accessible parts of the city.