Software firm announces relocation of headquarters

Property software firm Invida has announced its relocation to Northspring Temple Street in Birmingham.

The space, asset and service management software company is relocating from Edmund House on Newhall Street and its new space is being fitted out by Workspace Design & Build.

Northspring has seven properties across the country in Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester. Occupiers can use facilities in any of the buildings, with most properties having “The Deck” a stylish roof terrace and “The Park” a well-being space with cycle storage, fitness suite and EV, charging bays and The Club, a business lounge where you can hot-desk, record a podcast or use the 13-seater screening room in the Temple St building.

Garry Metcalfe, chief executive office at Invida, said: “As we continually outgrew our office, we kept defaulting to shared accommodation until we realised our property was beginning to detract from what we were trying to achieve. The search for a new workspace led us to Northspring Temple Street, which hit a unique sweet spot. It shares certain characteristics of a serviced office, without the very real pitfalls of such facilities”.

George Jennings, Director at Avison Young acted on behalf of Northspring.

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