The distinctive former home of the Co-operative Bank in Stockport has been put up for sale.
The Stockport Pyramid comprises 86,000 sq ft of office accommodation arranged over five floors.
Built in the early 1990s, the striking structure laid empty until 1995 when the Co-operative Bank opened it as a call centre.
The site, situated immediately off Junction 1 of the M60 motorway, covers 4.5 acres.
Rob Yates, partner and head of office agency at Cushman & Wakefield, which has been retained by the Co-operative to sell the landmark, says: “We anticipate strong interest in this building; it’s rare that an iconic property such as this is brought to the market on a freehold basis.
“The property will appeal to owner occupiers and investors alike. Stockport as a business location is extremely strong, the town has seen significant investment of late and is now recognised as a great location to live, work and play.
“The success of Stockport Exchange and Redrock are testament to this.”