|Alternative names||Oracle House, JLW Building, Black Stump|
|Location||25 Grenfell Street Adelaide, South Australia 5000|
|Height||103 m (338 ft)|
|Tip||114 m (374 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Cheesman Doley Neighbour & Raffen Hannaford, Pellew & Hodgkison|
|Architecture firm||MPH Architects|
|Awards and prizes||Royal Australian Institute of Architects Commercial Architecture Award of Commendation|
Grenfell Centre, also known as The Black Stump, is a high rise office building and is the third tallest building in Adelaide, Australia, with a height of 103 metres (338 feet). It was the tallest building in the city until surpassed by the Telstra House in 1987. It comprises 26 floors and was completed in 1973. In the 1980s, the building's foyer and interior were refurbished. A ten meter antenna was attached in 1980 and upgraded with digital transmitters in 2003, increasing the height a meter further.
In 2007, the building was redeveloped and two frameless glass cubes were constructed at the entrance of the building. This redevelopment earned it the Royal Australian Institute of Architects Commercial Architecture Award of Commendation.
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