With its stylish 3 cornered, red brick façade – i9 pays homage to Wolverhampton’s rich industrial history. At the heart of the £132M Interchange masterplan, it is the 3rd building delivered following i10 and i11.
43,500 sq. ft. Grade A office space + 5,600 sq. ft. of retail and leisure space
Winner of 2021 Brick Award for commercial architectural craftsmanship
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BREEAM Excellent + EPC B + net carbon zero in operations
1st in Black Country to achieve WiredScore Gold
Hi-tech solar control glass to minimise heat gain + photocell dusk till dawn sensors for energy efficiency
High performance thermally enhanced window + door systems with specially designed thermal gaskets + foam profiles – offer significantly improved U-frame values
Very well connected + embedded within public transport network following 150M investment into major rail, metro, and bus infrastructure
Striking double height reception area + waiting room provides exciting arrival experience – with building concierge to assist occupants + guests throughout the day
Top floor benefits from south facing roof terrace providing outdoor amenity space
2.9m minimum floor to ceiling height within the offices
51 cycle spaces + showers for cyclists
Building sits within a new canalside quarter + public walkway realm
Wolverhampton’s economy is one of the fastest growing in the UK, with projected growth 2-3% faster than the national average over the next 10 years. With a 422% increase in start-ups in the city, i9 provides much-needed Grade A office space. The building is also home to the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government – the first ministerial office with a regular presence outside London.