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Cordia turns historic building into UK HQ

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Cordia International Zrt. continues its international expansion strategy. After acquiring U.K. developer Blackswan last year, the company has announced the acquisition of a new office space in the heart of the vibrant Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, England, which will become Cordia Blackswan’s U.K. headquarter.

The property developer is set to refurbish and move into a former branch of Lloyds bank. The historical building will not only be home to Cordia Blackswan, but it will also offer modern office and co-working spaces. 

Cordia Blackswan is going to refurbish the Victorian building, while also making it a spacious and purposeful space for modern-day working. The approximately 1,400 sqm complex will host six high quality office suites, along with the former banking hall being transformed into a community working area. It also features an underground vault from its time as a bank, that Cordia Blackswan plans to incorporate into the renovation as a design function.  

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