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ON THE DOORSTEP
Three Snowhill shares the Central Business District with the city’s best bars and restaurants.
Bars & Restaurants
Cafés & Lunch
TripAdvisor’s top restaurant in the UK – Michelin Star-rated Adams – is a stone’s throw away, along with upscale eateries such as Orelle, Gaucho and The Ivy.
Independent bars and coffee shops, together with national brands, make for a lively leisure scene, all on the doorstep of Three Snowhill. The Grade II listed Grand Hotel, recently restored at a cost of £45m, is just around the corner.
High Street names and aspirational brands can all be found in the three main shopping centres, the Bullring, Grand Central and the Mailbox. The Burlington, Piccadilly and Great Western Arcades feature the best of the independents.
The Jewellery Quarter, renowned for its traditional pubs and independent restaurants, share the historic streets with world famous jewellery makers and traders.
All are within easy walking distance of Three Snowhill.
A PLACE TO DO BUSINESS
Birmingham is the UK’s largest regional economy and boasts the biggest population in the UK outside London.
An entrepreneurial city, Birmingham has been crowned the UK’s regional start-up capital for seven years running. There are more than 700 international companies based in the city, more than in any other English city outside London, while the wider West Midlands is also a top destination for scale-ups. The region is truly a land of opportunity for business growth and expansion.
The city’s large talent pool includes one of the youngest populations in Europe and one of the most diverse, with over 190 nationalities represented.
85,800 students call Birmingham home, with 28,985 graduating from the city’s five universities. More schools here are rated ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED than any other regional city.
Birmingham is ranked in the global top 50 for quality of life in the latest Mercer Index, with more parkland and green spaces than any UK city outside the capital.
The city’s diverse cultural and sports offering includes the world renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Edgbaston Stadium and Alexander Stadium.
In 2022 Birmingham and the West Midlands played host to the Commonwealth Games, the second largest sporting event ever hosted in the UK, with 5,000 athletes from 70 countries and territories taking part. Representing more than 1.5bn people, the Games were a once-in-a-generation opportunity to showcase the city/region on a global stage and what a legacy it has left.