Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Plans submitted for £125m Regal Tower in Birmingham - PHOTO

Midlands property developer Regal Property Group has submitted an outline planning application for what could be Birmingham's tallest building, Regal Tower.

Plans submitted for £125m Regal Tower in Birmingham - PHOTO

The ВЈ125m project will be built on a site on the corner of Broad Street and Sheepcote Street.

The 200m-high tower is designed by Aedas Architects.

Regal Tower will be a mixed use development over 56 storeys, including a 289 bed luxury/business hotel, 256 serviced apartments, 3 floors of penthouses set within the 'Crown' at the top of the building and a parade of boutique shops on the ground floor.

The building will also feature a triple height foyer will house a premium bar/restaurant, a 500-person banqueting suite as well as conference & meeting rooms. Other facilities include a Spa & Fitness suite and a double height Sky Bar on the 30th floor, offering view across the city.

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