Colston Tower

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Colston Tower
Colstontower.JPG
General information
Status Complete
Type Offices
Location Bristol, England
Coordinates 51°27′18″N 2°35′53″W / 51.455°N 2.598°W / 51.455; -2.598Coordinates: 51°27′18″N 2°35′53″W / 51.455°N 2.598°W / 51.455; -2.598
Completed 1973
Height
Roof 63 m (207 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 15

Colston Tower is a high-rise building located on Colston Avenue, Bristol, England in the city centre. The building was designed in 1961, but not completed until 1973. It rises 63 metres (207 ft) and has 15 floors of offices. The building is named after Edward Colston.

The clock was not added to the building until 1996.[1]

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