Mosaic to build boutique hotel in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

George Sell By George Sell
05 September 2018 | Updated 05 September 2018

United Kingdom: A London-based pub and dining group is to build a new 16-bedroom boutique hotel in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

Mosaic Pub & Dining is set to create a hotel next door to The Button Factory pub, which is also owned by the group and opened its doors to the public in 2016.

The group, which employs more than 400 staff across its 21 sites in the London and the Midlands, confirmed the acquisition of the building, costing £1.3m in a deal which also includes three other city food pubs.

By acquiring Edmunds Bar, The Rectory and the Queens Arms from an independent hospitality company, B3 Bar Ltd, Mosaic is adding to its portfolio in those regions, which already holds The Distillery.

The new 16-bedroom boutique hotel will be situated in what is currently a derelict 1860s Grade-II listed property and used to be a former goldsmiths.

Plans for the development were first revealed in November 2017, with documents accompanying the application saying:

"The public benefit of having this building brought back into active use after so long far outweighs any harm to the interior of the building necessary to effect that new use."


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