West Tower Liverpool, Brook Street Building Project News, Merseyside Property Design
West Tower Liverpool : Beetham Organization
Development for Beetham Organization in Liverpool, England design by Aedas, UK
post updated 25 July 2021
Address: Brook Street, Liverpool, north west England
Height: 40 storeys high
Design: Aedas, Architects
Flagship headquarters for the Beetham Organization
Floors 5 to 39 provide luxury apartments & penthouses
West Tower was due to be Liverpool’s tallest building
West Tower is a 40-storey tall skyscraper. The building was the second tower to be built by Carillion in Liverpool for property developers Beetham, who now use the building as their headquarters.
With a spire height of 140 metres (459 ft) and 40 floors, West Tower is Liverpool’s tallest building. It is the joint 24th tallest in the United Kingdom (third tallest outside London) and the joint 118th tallest in the European Union.
The building commands views across the city, over the Mersey to the Wirral and as far as Blackpool on a clear day. The first five floors are the new headquarters for the Beetham Organization and the remaining floors, apart from the 34th, have been divided into luxury apartments and penthouses.
More information is welcome for this Merseyside skyscraper building design.
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