It will be a game changer for this side of the city centre Vinny94, now all they need to do is improve how we get there becouse at the moment you have a choice of a grotty flooded graffiti trodden subway or a windswept bridge over the queensway.The last image looks like a great place to relax during lunch breaks, love all the greenery and nature.
Brum X you are a legend for providing all of these snaps and snippets. Thank you for doing so. Brilliant stuff.The Mercian Tower | 42 fl (132m) Residential Tower
42 storey mixed-use development comprising of a thirty-nine storey residential building (from studios to three bedroom apartments) which will sit on a three storey podium. This development also comprises:
• 'MODA Works' Offices
• A Gym
• Residents Lounge, with 24-hour concierge service and
• External Amenity in the form of a 200m outdoor running track
Thanks for the pics again, Brum X. I really must have a look around Birmingham when we oldies are finally released from house arrest, hopefully sometime later this summer.I will continue to stroll around our city for as long as I can, life in the city continues as normal FOR NOW
You are most welcome TLY and lets hope this crisis is over sooner rather than later.Thanks for the pics again, Brum X. I really must have a look around Birmingham when we oldies are finally released from house arrest, hopefully sometime later this summer.
I can't help thinking that this virus with all its ramifications is like a tale from science fiction, or perhaps something that the late Tom Clancy might have dreamed up for one of his novels, although he would have ascribed a political dimension to its source.
I agree and like it too for the same reason.What are people's thoughts, personally I like it as it opens up the front of the tower rather than being enclosed by glass.