Rotunda is 265 feet (or 81 metres) high, providing panoramic views of the city
It was opened by James Roberts, its architect, in 1965
It was given a Grade II Listing in August 2000 by English Heritage, confirming its official landmark status
Rotunda is actually situated on top of a hill
A bank was formerly located within its base and an ‘elevated’ vault constructed, using walls of concrete 2 foot thick.
BBC REPORTS IN 2005: Dozens of people in Birmingham city centre queued all night in a bid to snap up an apartment in Birmingham's landmark Rotunda building. Doors opened at 11am and by 11.20 all available apartments in Rotunda had been reserved despite the apartments not being ready for nearly three years.
The Grade II listed cylindrical building has been part of Birmingham's skyline since the 1960s and celebrates it's 40th birthday this year . Love it or hate it Rotunda is getting a makeover and will be completely restyled by developers Urban Splash, ready to house it's first residents in 2008.
The redevelopment of Rotunda, due in 2008, completes the regeneration of the Bullring phase of Birmingham city centre.
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