What A Grand Place to Work
Published by Anne Marie Hughes on Sat 09 Jun 12 @ 22:14
Exceptional office space in one of Glasgow's most iconic buildings at 16 Robertson Street has become available.
Encompassing a variety of suites across two floors, the Clydeport HQ - formerly known as the Clyde Navigation Trust Building - is one of Glasgow City Centre's grandest and most historically significant structures.
Designed by the Scottish Edwardian architect Sir John James Burnet, who created the exterior and much of its interior and furnishings, it is situated on a prominent corner on Robertson Street at its junction with the Broomielaw, across from Atlantic Quay.
The domed building was originally completed in 1886 and is now recognised as one of Glasgow's landmark designs, offering modern day work space which is easily accessible.
With a total floorspace of 6,112 sq ft, a variety of attractive suites across the ground and first floor are available for lease. These include the Counting Hall, South 1 and South 2 suites which extend to between 920 sq ft and 2,398 sq ft with flexible and competitive lease terms available. Small individual offices, from 200 sq ft, are also on offer as an alternative to the larger provision.
Tenants can use the grand meetings rooms in the premises as well as the on-site dedicated car park which is easily accessible from the M8 motorway. Glasgow Central Station and St. Enoch Underground Station are also close by.
Jones Lang LaSalle and Montagu Evans have been appointed to market the office accommodation which is included in the A list of Buildings of Historic and Special Architectural Importance.
Colin McGhee of Jones Lang LaSalle's Glasgow office, said: "We know this is a unique opportunity for a business to locate to a beautiful building in the heart of Glasgow.
"Now in it's third century, the Grade A listed building at 16 Robertson Street is a fine example of Sir John James Burnet's work which has been considerately preserved for others to enjoy. This leasing opportunity is a chance for occupiers to take space in a building which is part of the fabric of the city."
The attractive suites across the ground and first floors of the building offer excellent value for money, boast natural light and still include many period features. Nearby occupiers include Scottish Power, BT and Lloyds TSB.