Working closely with our associated offices in Bristol, Cardiff, Manchester and around the UK. Knight Frank is a leading commercial property adviser specialising in all commercial asset types and advisory services in Birmingham and the Midlands.
England’s thriving second-city is a metropolitan hub of activity with an ever-expanding range of commercial property opportunities. Birmingham has become a more confident place and one that has moved away from its roots as an industrial city. The Knight Frank Birmingham office leads the way in proving the full spectrum of commercial property services in and around the vibrant city centre.
Working alongside owners, occupiers and developers Knight Frank Birmingham is a leading commercial property advisor in the region. The dedicated team predominantly have roots in the city, and therefore their experience and knowledge of the local property markets is second to none.
As such, Knight Frank Birmingham is the ideal partner for commercial property sales, acquisitions and/or professional consultancy services. Our position as of one of the most dynamic property consultancies in Birmingham and The Midlands is a result of our unrivalled knowledge of Birmingham’s commercial property market, which is built around our leading Birmingham commercial property research, both locally and supported by our UK and global network.
If you are looking to purchase, let or sell your commercial property in Birmingham, give one of our team members a call and they will be able to assist you with any queries or questions you may have.
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