Castlemead

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Castlemead
Bristol Castlemead.jpg
General information
Status Complete
Type offices
Location Bristol, England
Coordinates 51°27′26″N 2°35′07″W / 51.4571°N 2.5852°W / 51.4571; -2.5852Coordinates: 51°27′26″N 2°35′07″W / 51.4571°N 2.5852°W / 51.4571; -2.5852
Construction started 1973
Opening 1981
Height
Roof 80 m (260 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 18
Design and construction
Architect A.J. Hines

Castlemead is the tallest high-rise building in Bristol, England. Designed by A.J. Hines and started in 1973, work was halted by a recession in the property market and it was completed in 1981.[1] The building has a roof height of 80 metres or 262 feet and consists of 18 floors, 17 of which are offices. Castlemead is owned by Regional Properties Ltd and managed by Knight Frank LLP.

The building is a short walk from Castle Park and the River Avon, and the Cabot Circus and Broadmead shopping areas.[2]

Companies contained within the building include: Beaufort Securities Stockbrokers, IBEX Global UK, Bluefin, Equiniti, Bristol IT Company and MWB Business Exchange. The building is also used by organisations including Lloyds TSB, and the City of Bristol College for holding exams.

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  1. ^ "Castlemead, Bristol, UK". Manchester History. Retrieved 16 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "Castlemead". Completely Office. Retrieved 16 October 2015. 

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