Hortons’ Estate Ltd has announced the letting of refurbished office space in Birmingham city centre to specialist law firm, Kang & Co.
The independent property company has agreed a four-year deal with Kang & Co for offices at the White House Block on New Street.
Kang & Co will use the offices to house its five-strong Birmingham team, who have relocated from nearby Regus Victoria Square.
The law firm intends to retain serviced office space for client meetings in the city, as one of four offices located in Birmingham, central London and Milton Keynes.
The White House is a prominent seven-storey period office building, conveniently located at the corner of New Street and Temple Street.
The building is home to occupiers including the Belgian Embassy, family-owned food and farming business Vestey Foods and H&C Accountants, who also relocated from Victoria Square earlier this year.
Nina Meeks of Hortons’ Estate, said: “Kang & Co is another high calibre occupier to have committed its future at the White House. The letting is particularly pleasing given the backdrop of the pandemic and demonstrates that there is still a strong appetite for office accommodation in the city centre. The White House is a charming building that is superbly located close to Grand Central and Birmingham New Street.”
Patrick Kelly, practice manager at Kang & Co, said: “The move to the White House marks the next step in the growth and expansion of Kang & Co Solicitors, and will enable us to provide specialist advice and representation to a wide client base as our team grows.”
The White House has various refurbished office suites available from 452 sq ft to 1,266 sq ft on flexible lease terms.
For more information, please contact joint letting agents, Charles Warrack of Johnson Fellows and Andrew Riach of JLL or visit the website.