Five Ways Tower
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|Five Ways Tower|
Five Ways Tower at night
|Location||Frederick Road, Five Ways, Birmingham, England|
|Height||76 metres (249 ft)|
|Design and construction|
Five Ways Tower is a 23 story commercial building on a 2.1-acre (8,500 m2) prime site located in the Birmingham City Centre by the corner of Frederick Road and Islington Road, near to the Five Ways roundabout and close to Five Ways Station, at the gateway to the Edgbaston area of Birmingham 15, England.
The building was completed in 1979.
Several top brand hotels initially expressed interest in acquiring the building from its current owners, since its solid concrete design is a 'text book case' for coverting into a business class hotel with considerable space for conference, banqueting and leisure facilities.
The building has in excess of 100,000sqft of existing net office space with considerable scope for further expansion, six lifts, basement storage, a double height floor at the top which could be redesigned into magnificent executive quarters or as a destination restaurant. The building has a large carpark with parking for approximately 200 cars allocated to the Tower.
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