Norfolk Tower

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Norfolk Tower

Norfolk Tower on the North side of Surrey Street in Norwich, England is one of the city's tallest buildings. Standing at 45 metres tall, the building was completed in 1974. Former occupants of the building have included BBC Radio Norfolk and insurance company Aviva (formerly known as Norwich Union).

The building is an 11-storey office building of 63,600 sq ft (5,910 m2) with 45 car spaces. The upper floors 4 to 10 are roughly 3,500 to 4,000 sq ft (370 m2) each and are mainly open plan. The first 3 floors are bigger at the front of the building at around 7,000 sq ft (650 m2) per floor (i.e. providing a total of 10,000 sq ft (930 m2) per floor). The core area is situated towards the front of the building.

The building was bought in March 2008 by the company Mahb Capital, which was founded by local businessmen Matt Bartram, John Maynard and Antony Hunt.[1]

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Coordinates: 52°37′24″N 1°17′45″E / 52.6234°N 1.2957°E / 52.6234; 1.2957