Attractions List of Famous Sheffield Buildings & Structures

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List of the famous landmarks that make up the Sheffield skyline, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Sheffield architectural landmarks as well as other major buildings, dwellings, and other structures in Sheffield are included on this list. Information about these Sheffield buildings is included on this list, such as when the building first opened and what architectural style it falls under. List includes both new buildings in Sheffield and older historic landmarks.

List below includes Arts Tower, Sheffield Cathedral and more buildings.

This list answers the question, "What are the most famous buildings in Sheffield?"

This is a good reference for research into the historical architecture in Sheffield. Famous architectural houses within the city of Sheffield are included as well, sometimes by address, other times listed by the name of the original home owner.

1 Furnival Square

1 Furnival Square is a tower whose construction is suspended located at 1 Eyre Street in Sheffield, England. Plans were submitted in 2006 and accepted that year. Construction started in 2007 on the smaller Jury's Inn section, of which completion is near, the taller office tower. When completed, it will be 67 metres tall, with the highest floor at a height 59 metres. It will have 17 floors above ground and 1 below ground. It will have four elevators. It consists of two buildings joined at the base. The ground floor is retail, the whole of the tall tower is office, and the small one houses a Jury's Inn hotel. It was originally intended to be one 43-metre tall 11-storey tower, but this was ...more on Wikipedia

City/Town: Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Opened: Jan 01 2007

Structural Height (m): 67.0

Construction Started: 2007


1 Sheaf Square

City/Town: Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Floors: 11


23 Furnival Gate

23 Furnival Gate is an approved tower in Sheffield, England. Plans were submitted in 2005 and accepted later the same year. Construction is yet to start as of 2013, and proposed plans would mean the demolition of 'The Nelson' public house. If completed, the tower would be 65 m tall, with the top floor at a height of 62 m. The proposed building would contain 20 floors, with 19 being above ground and one below, as well as two elevators. The ground floor would have a concourse and retail space, the floor below ground having storage space and all other floors containing a total of 90 apartments. The architect for the planned building is Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson, with the developers designated ...more on Wikipedia

City/Town: United Kingdom

Structural Height (m): 65.0

Abbeydale Picture House is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list List of Famous Sheffield Buildings & Structures
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Abbeydale Picture House

Abbeydale Picture House is a former cinema in the City of Sheffield, England. When opened by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield on 20 December 1920 the picture house was the largest and most luxurious cinema in Sheffield, often referred to as the "Picture Palace" because of the luxurious cream and gold colour scheme, and dark mahogany seats trimmed with green velvet. The picture house also boasted many intricate decorations and carvings, a mosaic floor in the foyer and a glass canopy with a marble pillar to the outside of the building. The first film to be shown was The Call of the Road. The cinema had seating for 1,560 people and also included a ballroom and a billiard hall. Cine-variety played a ...more on Wikipedia

City/Town: Sheffield, England