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Bullring Birmingham : Architecture

Midlands Shopping Centre – Retail Building in central England, UK

page updated 26 Jul 2016

Bullring Birmingham Building

Size: 125,300 m²
Opened: 2003
Ownership: Hammerson 33%/Henderson Global Investors 33%/Land Securities 33%
No of tenants: 166
Anchor stores: Selfridges, Debenhams
Tenure: Leasehold
Average rent: £455/per m²

The Bullring
The Bullring
photo © webbaviation

Developed in a three-way joint venture between Hammerson, Henderson Global Investors and Land Securities and completed in 2003, Bullring has transformed Birmingham’s city centre. It is located in the heart of Birmingham adjacent to the main train station and benefits from a footfall of over 40 million a year. Bullring continues to attract UK and international brands, demonstrated by the recent lettings to A|X Armani Exchange, DKNY Jeans, Kurt Geiger and Ben Sherman. The restaurant offer continues to flourish and is home to 14 restaurateurs inclusing Pizza Express and Wagamama.

Bullring Birmingham – Information from Hammerson PR in 271107

Selfridges Birmingham

Bullring Bull
Bullring Bull
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The Rotunda, 150 New Street
Date built: 1961-65
Design: James Roberts, architect
81m high / 23 storeys

The Rotunda Conversion
2008
Glenn Howells Architects
234 residential apartments for developers Urban Splash
The Rotunda Birmingham
photo © Nic Gaunt
The Rotunda Birmingham

Selfridges Birmingham
2005
Future Systems Architects

St Martins Church with Selfridges store on right:
St Martins Church Birmingham
photo © webbaviation

Location: Bullring, Birmingham, West Midlands, central England, UK

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