Architectural style Baroque architecture
|Current tenants Lasan Group|
Floor count 3
Materials Portland stone, Granite
|Owner Chinese Investment Consortium|
Floor area 5,500 square feet (510 m)
Similar Bournville railway station, Selly Oak railway station, Small Heath railway st, Jewellery Quarter station, Adderley Park railway st
130 Colmore Row is a Grade II listed building in the city centre of Birmingham, England. The building was built in 1903 as the main office for Alliance Assurance by architecture firm Goddard & Co. of Leicester. The building served as an office and banking hall for Alliance Assurance until the 1990s when it was bought by Birmingham City Council and became a tourist information office and later a careers centre. In 2013 the building was sold to a Chinese Investment Consortium who have planned to turn the vacant building into a restaurant named 'Nosh and Quaff'
Nosh & Quaff
The restaurant Nosh and Quaff opened in July 2015 after a £1 million internal fit out by Keane Design Associates. The restaurant is run by Aktar Islam's Lasan Group and specialises in lobster and beer.