i9 emerged as a scheme following the success of the award-winning i10 building and was unveiled by the City of Wolverhampton at MIPIM property event in 2017 after a national competition was run for the winning design.
It is hoped i9, which will provide 50,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space, will be completed in 2020 and could become a national or regional headquarters for a major business.
Glenn Howells Architects’ design was selected by the Council and development partner, Ion, from a strong field of ten UK leading architects and urban design practices. i9 has now secured planning permission.
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