Grand Central, Birmingham

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Grand Central
John Lewis Birmingham Sept 2015.jpg
Grand Central, Birmingham
Location Birmingham, England
Opening date 24 September 2015
Developer Network Rail
Management Jonathan Cheetham
Architect Haskoll
No. of stores and services 62
No. of anchor tenants 1 (John Lewis)
Total retail floor area c500,000 sq ft
No. of floors 1
Parking 450 Spaces, including 23 Disabled spaces, and 13 Parent & Child spaces

Grand Central is a shopping centre located in Birmingham, England, that opened on 24 September 2015. It is currently owned by Hammerson and CPPIB.


The original centre was built in 1971 as part of the reconstruction of Birmingham New Street station below. It was known as the Birmingham Shopping Centre before being renamed as The Pallasades.

Major stores[edit]


The modern architecture of the new Grand Central shopping centre at Birmingham New Street station.

As part of the New Street Station Gateway Plus redevelopment, Grand Central underwent a major overhaul. The mall has been redesigned with a glass atrium roof as centrepiece, and is home to over 60 stores across 500,000 sq ft with John Lewis as main anchor tenant. Many of the shops, restaurants and cafés are new to the city including Cath Kidston, The White Company, Kiehls, Giraffe and Tapas Revolution. It reopened in September 2015 along with the modernised New Street Station.[1]


  1. ^ Brown, Graeme (31 July 2014). "New lettings revealed for Grand Central". Birmingham Post. Retrieved 19 August 2016. 

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Coordinates: 52°28′39.98″N 1°53′55.86″W / 52.4777722°N 1.8988500°W / 52.4777722; -1.8988500