Rotundas Facelift

Plans to convert the ever aging rotunda into luxury apartments moved a step closer today.

The grade II listed building has not been touched since the day it was opened in the late 60ís. However, with the opening of the new £550million Bullring nearby, the tower is looking aged and needs a new lease of life.

The Birmingham Alliance have announced that Urban Splash are the front runners to convert the Birmingham landmark tower from offices to city-centre apartments with a new facade on the outside that will give the tired look a new freshness.

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The Rotunda

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