Facilities and Property

Find out about the many different types of office space and facilities on offer in Glasgow and the West Coast of Scotland.

Facilities and Property

Glasgow is famed for its striking Victorian and Georgian architecture and today, the city boasts an ever-evolving skyline of modern architectural gems like The Hydro, the New South Glasgow Hospitals, the Technology and Innovation Centre and the new Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art. Its commercial property offering is extremely diverse, containing a wide range of eclectic spaces to meet individual business needs.

The city hosts some of the country’s best examples of 21st century office design, blending seamlessly with the rich heritage Glasgow possesses. There is a reliable influx of property investment within the region, proudly demonstrated by the bustling pipeline of Grade-A office development, available at highly competitive rates.

Glasgow also has a number of science-focused business parks, tailored to specific industries and sectors. These areas act as hubs that foster partnership working and develop new ideas. Regardless of budget, specifications or location, Glasgow will almost certainly have the property to meet your requirements and a helpful team which can help guide prospective interest during each step of the process.

To find out about the many different options available for establishing premises in Glasgow or the West of Scotland, please visit Invest Glasgow.  

 

 

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News

   

Unique partnership breathes new life into wind turbines green after-market

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Blog

   

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Events

   

Creative Conversations: Nina Allan

Nina Allan is a writer and critic, active in the field of speculative fiction. Her work has been awa...

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Arika -- Episode 10: A Means Without End

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Data Analytics for Manufacturing

An informative workshop on data analysis....

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