St. John's Beacon

1 Houghton Street, Liverpool L1 1RL
Building Height
102 metres

At 102 metres, St. John's Beacon is the second tallest building in Liverpool. Designed by Birmingham architects, James A. Roberts Associates. 


The tower was built in 1968 and used to house a revolving restaurant. The restaurant stopped rotating after the main bearings seized.

Radio City 96.7

Radio City 96.7 moved to the tower in 2000. Besides the radio station there are offices and conference rooms.



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