20 Manvers Street

20 Manvers Street is enjoying a makeover thanks to a commission from the West Midlands Pension Fund.

Working closely with property consultant Knight Frank, the West Midlands Pension Fund has hired Bath architects Stride Treglown to re-imagine the building.

Originally built in the 1970s, 20 Manvers Street is undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment and remodelling to create 45,136sqft of Grade A office space, secure cycle storage, shower facilities and onsite parking will also be included. 

The modernisation works include a new glazed fourth floor, offering unrivalled views across the city, and a spacious, modern reception and foyer area. 

Stridge Treglown will also be enhancing the building’s energy performance to ensure a BREEAM rating of “very good” at the least, putting 20 Manvers Street in the top 25% of UK new non-domestic buildings. 

The property will also be one of only a handful in the city to have solar panels on its roof.

For more information, why not visit Knight Frank’s page  or the 20 Manvers Street website.

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