A well known Birmingham landmark and one of the last remaining examples of Brutalist architecture in the city has undergone a complete refurbishment and upgrade.

The £3.3 million programme of works at Alpha Tower has included a new reception, the installation of a new “hall call” lift system to serve the building’s 27 floors; and a programme of rolling refurbishment to office suites and common areas.

The building’s exterior has also been given a facelift.

Julian Perry from Catalyst Capital - which owns the building opposite Centenary Square - said: “Birmingham city centre has seen significant investment over the past decade into its commercial stock and Alpha Tower, despite being one of Birmingham’s tallest and most prominently located buildings, has almost been forgotten about while development has taken place around it.

“To remedy this, we have made significant investment to the building by implementing our refurbishment programme and bringing it back to a competitive and impressive standard.”

Joint agents for the building are Knight Frank and Savills.

Mark Swallow from Knight Frank said: “Occupiers, just like private homebuyers, often have comprehensive “wishlists” when it comes to finding new accommodation and it’s not always easy to find a building which meets the high standards that occupiers require.

“Following the programme of works to the building and in conjunction with Catalyst’s flexible approach to working with occupiers, Alpha Tower is one such rare proposition; with flexible and modern space to meet a range of space requirements, a prime city location and unbeatable amenities which will only improve as new retailers take occupation.”