Hodder + Partners has submitted plans for a 39-storey residential tower in central Sheffield that could become one of Yorkshire’s tallest buildings.
Hodder + Partners chairman Stephen Hodder said the design of the scheme ‘reflects the site’s significance and its ability to kick-start this part of Sheffield with a compelling piece of architecture’.
‘We believe Kings Tower will send out a very positive message about Sheffield City Council’s ambitions for the economic wellbeing of the city,’ he added.
The King’s Tower development in Sheffield proposes a 39 storey, 117 metre tall, residential building on the former Primark site in the Castlegate area of Sheffield.
The site occupies a strategic location in Sheffield’s city centre, a 750m radius around the site includes landmarks such as the Train Station, the Interchange Coach Station, the City Council, the Town Hall, the Cathedral, the Crown Court and the Quays. At the edge the City Centre, the River Don, Park Hill and Park Range remain within a 1km range.
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