Broadcasting Tower, Leeds
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|Type||Student Accommodation in Leeds|
|Location||Woodhouse Lane, Leeds|
|Roof||70 metres (230 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Feilden Clegg Bradley|
|Structural engineer||Halcrow Group|
Broadcasting Tower is a university building in Broadcasting Place in Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, England. Adjacent to other university buildings, it forms part of Leeds Metropolitan University, housing its Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology, as well as some student flats, and is close to the main campus of The University of Leeds and other academic institutions. Designed by Stirling Prize-winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley, the Tower is distinctive, with comfortable and contemporary interiors and stylish decor. It is clad in COR-TEN weathering steel, which has given it the rust-like appearance it is known for.
The owners, Downing, are a British-based property investment and development business specialising in urban environments. They are headquartered in Liverpool and have been providing student accommodation in the UK for over 20 years.