Plans to turn an iconic Art Deco building in Liverpool into a £60m complex of offices and apartments have been unveiled.
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Developers Urban Splash have been appointed by Liverpool Land Development Company (LLDC) to redevelop the former Littlewoods building on Edge Lane.
Dubbed "the digital village", it will include 250 apartments, offices, shops and a 100-bed hotel.
A glass structure is planned to stand at the top of the famous clock tower.
It was built in 1938 by the Moores brothers to house their football pools business.
The tower has unsurpassed views of Liverpool, the Wirral and the Welsh mountains.
LLDC's Chief Executive Ian Hassall said: "The building has a fascinating history and deserves a new lease of life, creating new residential space and employment opportunities."
Urban Splash have previously worked on The Matchworks in Liverpool, Fort Dunlop in Birmingham and the Smithfield Buildings in Manchester.
Their managing director Bill Maynard said: "Our proposals will restore and enhance this much-loved building and our investment of over £60m will transform this area, making it a great place to live and work."