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March 29, 2022
Law firm makes the leap to 103 Colmore Row

The Birmingham office of national law firm Browne Jacobson is to relocate to 103 Colmore Row.

February 28, 2022
103 Colmore Row Proves Safe Bet For Risk Management Company

Gallagher, the insurance, risk management and consulting services specialist, is moving its Birmingham team to 103 Colmore Row.

January 19, 2022
Knight Frank takes space at 103 Colmore Row

The Birmingham office of Knight Frank is to relocate to a new office at 103 Colmore Row.

January 12, 2022
Three-Floor Letting To Law Firm Shoosmiths Brings 103 Colmore Row To 60% Let As Landmark Tower Completes

The company, whose 300 legal advisers and support staff are currently based at Two Colmore Square, will relocate to 103 Colmore Row

December 14, 2021
D&D London’s new rooftop restaurant

D&D London’s new rooftop restaurant on the 24th floor of 103 Colmore Row is scheduled to open in spring 2022

November 16, 2021
Grant Thornton takes 17th Floor at Birmingham’s 103 Colmore Row

World-leading accounting firm’s 400 Birmingham employees to occupy over 12,000 sq ft

October 12, 2021
Developers create lasting legacy for local artist at 103 Colmore Row

A new piece of public art, posthumously honouring Wolverhampton artist John Pickering, is to be installed at 103 Colmore Row, Birmingham’s tallest new office building.

August 24, 2021
Return to the office could be key to winning the war on talent

Post-lockdown Britain may be seeing a trickle rather than a torrent of white-collar workers heading back to the office, but record-high job vacancies and the subsequent re-emergence of a ‘war for talent’ could well expedite the process.

August 9, 2021
Wealth management and professional services firm signs up for 14th floor

Leading wealth management and professional services group Tilney Smith & Williamson has become the second major occupier to sign up for office space

July 12, 2021
103 Colmore Row signs flex office operator x+why

Flexible workspace provider x+why has taken 31,500 sq ft on the first, second, third and part 18th floors.

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