Beetham Tower Birmingham: 10 Holloway Circus

Beetham Tower Birmingham, 10 Holloway Circus Development, Design, Image

Beetham Tower, Birmingham : Radisson SAS Hotel

10 Holloway Circus Building in the West Midlands, England, UK – design by Ian Simpson Architect

page updated 26 Jul 2016

Beetham Tower Birmingham

Address: 10 Holloway Circus
Date built: 2006
Design: Ian Simpson Architects

Beetham Tower Birmingham
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122-130m high / 39/40 storeys
also called Holloway Circus Tower
Residential – apartments
originally designed to be 44 floors high

Radisson SAS conference hotel on lowest 18 floors

10 Holloway Circus Birmingham

Working for the first time with Ian Simpson Architects, Beetham ingeniously achieved development of 250,000 sq ft on a restricted access site of less than 1/3 acre for this 39-storey mixed-use tower at Holloway Circus.

The 218 bed Radisson SAS Hotel opened in February 2005 offering a first class hotel experience in Birmingham City Centre. Above the 18 floors occupied by the hotel are 152 luxury apartments which were completed in the Spring of 2006. The apartments offer spectacular views over the city and beyond.

The final phase of the penthouse apartments will be launched Summer 2007.

Ian Simpson Architects have already won a RIBA Housing Design award for their bold design and unique cladding.

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Holloway Circus Tower Birmingham architects : Ian Simpson

Location:10 Holloway Circus, Birmingham, UK

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