St Paul’s Square, is a Georgian square in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, England, named after the church in its centre. It is the last remaining Georgian Square in the city.
Built 1777–79 on the Newhall estate of the Colmore family, it was an elegant and desirable location in the mid-nineteenth century. At the end of the nineteenth century the square was swallowed by workshops and factories, with the fronts of some buildings being pulled down to make shop fronts or factory entrances. Much restoration was done in the 1970s and many of the buildings are Grade II listed
As well as bars, cafés and restaurants, which line the Square's four sides, a number of apartment schemes have been built in the area.
Address 35 Saint Paul's Square, Birmingham B3 1QX, United Kingdom
Coordinates 52°29'7.901" N -1°54'23.184" E