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The heart of a network

Birmingham is at the heart of the UK's road and public transport network and benefits from a massive programme of public transport infrastructure investment - including new tram lines and the first phase of HS2 and its station at Curzon Strreet. Three Snowhill has unbeatable access to Birmingham's road and public transport infrastructure in the form of mainlne train and tram services and multiple bus routes directly adjacent on Snow Hill Queensway, Colmore Row and Livery Street. There are over 2000 public car spaces within 200 meteres of Three Snowhill

Perfectly located within
the city hub

Three Snowhill is the Gateway to the Central Business District and forms a hub linking the creative and residential districts of the Jewellry and Gun Quarters.

Located on the innner ring road at the start of the A38M - just 3 miles from J6 of the M6 motorway Three Snowhill has a dedicated taxi drop off, separate vehicular and cycle access and two pedestrian entrances - from  Snowhill Queensway and the pedestrianised high quality public realm within the Snowhill estate.

Putting people first

Three Snowhill has direct pedestrian access to the mainline rail station at Snowhill and is next to the West Midlands Metro tram stop at St Chads.

Staff based at Three Snowhill will enjoy the fact that it is just 250 metres from the bars, shops and restaurants on Colmore Row and a short walk to other local amenities at St Philips, Temple Row, New Street, Bull Ring and Grand Central.