Cordia turns historic building into UK HQ

Office Market

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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