Woods Bagot release unseen image
Woods Bagot has released this previously unseen image of its Eastgate Tower in Manchester, after planners gave the scheme the green light last week. The 60-storey glass tower will form the centrepiece of a £220 million redevelopment around Piccadilly station, and at 188m high it is set to become one of Europe's tallest mixed-use buildings. Funded by developer Inacity, the 95,000m 2 scheme will house more than 700 apartments, as well as a five-star hotel with 250 bedrooms.
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