The Jewellery Quarter has welcomed a brand-new flexible workspace following a £5million investment. Formerly known as the ‘Big Peg’, the newly launched JQ Modern offers a range of private offices, both fully serviced and managed, for businesses from 1 to 50 people.

The impressive 100,000 sq ftt landmark sits on Golden Square in the centre of the Jewellery Quarter and provides stylish affordable and versatile private office space. Designed to provide everything a business needs, JQ Modern’s occupiers benefit from one monthly payment and flexible contract options.

Private offices have been paired with break out and collaborative spaces, stunning facilities across seven floors, on-site yoga classes, and much more. It also boasts spectacular panoramic views of the city skyline, boutique communal lounges, two boardrooms for up to 15 people, and six meeting rooms for smaller groups.

Sales and Marketing Manager, Tara Elwell, comments:

“We have put a healthy work environment at the heart of JQ Modern; with abundant natural daylight, opening windows, and stunning private workspaces. The Jewellery Quarter is the original creative hub of Birmingham, and JQ Modern now provides a fantastic opportunity for creators and entrepreneurs to work in a re-imagined space in the historic heart of our brilliant city.

“As well as the fantastic physical attributes of JQ Modern, we also provide businesses with contractual flexibility and high speed internet, which makes joining our entrepreneurial working community an easy decision!”

Tara adds:

“We’ve grown our team from three to 10 people, with a great focus on providing five-star customer service and are looking forward to bolstering the existing community of digital and creative businesses in the area as exciting new businesses join us.”

JQ Modern sits in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, with a tram stop and train stop a few yards from the front door, and a 600-space car park immediately adjacent. The area boasts some of the best independent coffee shops, cafés, bars and pubs in the city, and the newly renovated building offers businesses space to foster their individual identity rather than be lost in a big brand shared workspace.

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