Exceptional office premises on offer in landmark Glasgow building
Published by Anne Marie Hughes on Sat 09 Jun 12 @ 22:16
Almost 18,000 sq ft of high quality office space has been brought to market by Jones Lang LaSalle at 200 Broomielaw, and will make great 'waves' with Glasgow's business community.
Grade A accommodation is available on the third and fourth floors (each floor comprising 8,978 sq ft) of the distinctive building, in Glasgow's International Financial Services District (IFSD), which provides first-class office space across flexible open plan floorplates.
Created by architects Keppie Design, 200 Broomielaw is recognisable for its monumental sandstone tower encased in a sweep of curtained glass wall mirrors. Officially opened in 2004, the curvature provided on the building's river facing elevation is reminiscent of waves.
The property is accessed from its river frontage via a grand seven storey atrium, which also provides occupiers with a secure entry CCTV system.
Arranged over nine floors, with secure parking available, the premises offer excellent access to both Central and Queen Street railway stations, and is well served by a number of bus routes.
Colin McGhee, of Jones Lang LaSalle's Glasgow office, said: "Glasgow's IFSD has continued to attract significant investment in recent years, with the completion of the iconic pedestrian bridge and the arrival and expansion of many companies. Situated in the heart of the city's IFSD, 200 Broomielaw offers companies high quality accommodation in a prime location.
"Benefitting from excellent natural daylight, which is maximised by the creative use of glass in the building's design, this is a unique opportunity for companies to relocate to one of the city's leading commercial properties."
200 Broomielaw is currently home to Ace Insurance, which occupies the ground to second floors, and design and engineering consultancy Atkins, which occupies the fifth to ninth floors of the property.