The Industrial Park will soon be coming to an end, and the city’s skyline will likely look a lot more attractive than it did just a few years ago.
The City of Bristol has announced plans for the redevelopment of the Bristol City Centre Industrial Park in the heart of Bristol.
According to the Bristol Post, the project will see a number of new residential towers and office buildings built in a cluster on the site of the former Bristol Post office.
This will be the first of the new towers, which are expected to be completed in 2019.
The developers will then build a number more on top of the site.
The new residential buildings will be made up of several different types of residential, including high-rise apartments, townhouses and small multi-storey office buildings.
Bristol City Centre is located in the Bristol city centre, and is situated on the outskirts of Bristol’s city centre.
The project is the culmination of a £20 million ($27 million) regeneration of the area.
The developers are planning to build a new £30 million ($49 million) residential tower that will include a large public space with restaurants, shops and restaurants catering for around 2,000 people.
The development will be funded by Bristol City Council, and will be carried out by the Bristol Development Corporation (BDC).
The developer of the project is Industrial Solutions Group, which has a range of residential projects in the area, including a residential development in the nearby Bristol Central shopping precinct.
The Bristol Post reports that Bristol City’s Mayor, Sir Michael Barber, said: “We are working hard to ensure that this beautiful and important area will continue to attract investment and jobs for generations to come.”
The Bristol City centre has been home to the Post Office since the late 1980s, but the current development will see the building move from its current location on a site adjacent to the Royal Bristol Hospital to a new location on the corner of the old Post Office.