This new image has been released of the Vetro office scheme being developed by Huntsmere in Liverpool city centre.
Vetro comprises 36,000 sq ft of Grade A boutique-style office space on the corner of Crosshall and Victoria Street and sees the former Tinlings building returned to city life.
A formal launch to the city's property agents will take place tomorrow, Thursday 6 September 2007.
Chris Oakes, director of Huntsmere, commented: "The Vetro scheme will combine iconic architecture and stunning elevations to create a landmark building in the city."
He continued: "Ideally the offices will be aimed at a single occupier but the building has been designed so it can be subdivided into several smaller units if necessary."
The Vetro office scheme is part of the £35m Aura project, which will also see the redevelopment of Crosshall buildings and the former Juvenile Court buildings to create 68 apartments, a spa, a deli and a restaurant.
Ian Steele of GVA Grimley, joint letting agents advising on the scheme along with Keppie Massie, said: "The Aura project will redevelop this entire area and occupiers of the Vetro Scheme will have the retail aspects of the Aura development on their doorstep, making the offices a highly desirable place to work."
Work is due to start on site in January.