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Edgbaston House

Edgbaston House
File:Edgbaston House, Birmingham.jpg
General information
Type Commercial
Location Duchess Place, Birmingham, England
Town or city
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Coordinates

52°28′22.52″N 1°55′29.45″W / 52.4729222°N 1.9248472°W / 52.4729222; -1.9248472Coordinates: 52°28′22.52″N 1°55′29.45″W / 52.4729222°N 1.9248472°W / 52.4729222; -1.9248472{{#coordinates:52|28|22.52|N|1|55|29.45|W|type:landmark |primary |name=

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Completed 1976
Opening
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Height 69m (225 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 18
Number of rooms
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Number of suites
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Edgbaston House is a highrise commercial building in on Duchess Place, Birmingham. It was built by Laing Development Co Ltd. and the consulting engineers were Ove Arup. Construction cost £1,720,000. It was the result of work by Calthorpe Estates to attract businesses to the Hagley Road and Five Ways by promoting the construction of office blocks there. It is part of the Duchess Place estate which consists of office blocks totalling Script error: No such module "convert".. They are owned by the Kenmore Group, who acquired the estate from Chelsfield. Tenants of the building include the Islamic Bank of Britain and various medical groups.

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