A new video has been released showing how a revamped former department store building in Birmingham city centre will look.
The video goes inside The Lewis Building, previously known as Temple Court, which is currently being renovated to create 113,000 sq ft of grade A office space.
The Bull Street building was the home of Lewis's department store from the 1920s before it closed down in 1991 after the company fell into administration.
Legal & General Property bought the building and its neighbour Priory Court in 2014 for £87.5 million and has been carrying out a renovation of the complex, including adding another storey.
The new building, which is due for completion by the end of 2017, will have a cycle hub with space for 60 bikes, showers and changing facilities and 74 car parking spaces.
There is also space for a new café fronting Bull Street.
Tom Williams, senior asset manager with Legal & General Investment Management, said: "Through this programme of refurbishment works, we are delivering a unique new asset to Birmingham's office community.
"This fly-though provides a great opportunity for us to share how this space will be realised and showcase the high-specification finishes to the attractive new Manhattan-style entrance area.
"We've developed this building to appeal directly to the needs of today's occupier while still respecting The Lewis Building's heritage as a proud landmark within Birmingham city centre."
The renovation has been designed by architectural practice EPR, with contractor Willmott Dixon undertaking the works.
CBRE and GVA are the appointed leasing agents.