It was originally a 1960s office block for International Computers Limited (ICL), until it was reclad in 2003 and redeveloped for residential use by Patel Taylor. It was built with a restaurant/bar, The Rocket on the ground floor, which was later taken over by the Wetherspoons pub chain.
A curved riverside extension, terracotta cladding and an extra four floors were added to the 1960s block to create a block of 67 two and three bed apartments.
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