, York Street
, Glasgow, G2 8JX
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The premises provide a ground floor of 1,588 sq ft and a mezzanine of 737 sq ft. An additional rear area of 298 sq ft is available if required.
Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland and the third largest in the UK. Glasgow continues to experience significant growth, in particular in the International Financial Sector District (IFSD) with a host of new tenants taking space, and proposed office developments in the surrounding area, such as The Grid, Cadworks and 311-345 Argyle Street, are anticipated to further increase the professional population between Cadogan Street and the River Clyde. Capella forms the last building in the initial phases of development at Atlantic Quay, located in the heart of the IFSD. The property is situated in a prominent position on the east side of York Street completing the streetscape with its curved signature return frontage. Caffè Nero have let a ground floor unit within the building to take advantage of the significant captive workforce in the area. Other nearby occupiers include Ho Wong and Piccolo Mondo restaurants and Tesco.
Strictly by appointment.
Rental offers are invited for each unit or for the combined space.
The property has yet to be assessed for rates. Interested parties should make enquiries to the local Assessors office on 0141 287 7526.
Each party is responsible for their own legal and other professional costs incurred in the transaction.
Further information available upon request.
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