Avon House, Bristol
Seen from St James Barton
Shown within Bristol
|Address||St. James Barton|
|Town or city||Bristol|
|Height||60 m (200 ft)|
The former Avon House is an 18-storey building, one of the tallest structures in central Bristol, England. It was built speculatively and used initially by the former Avon County Council from 1973. When that body was abolished in 1996 the building was used by Bristol City Council staff for a number of years before the building became redundant. It has since been converted into an hotel.
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