220 Broomielaw Glasgow Office, Property Developer, IFSD, Construction, Location
220 Broomielaw Building Development
River Clyde building, Glasgow offices design by Elder & Cannon Architects
post updated 6 Mar 2021
220 Broomielaw Glasgow
220-226 Broomielaw / 7-9 Carrick Street
Design: Elder and Cannon Architects
Developer: Bett Properties / Catren Property Holdings
Levels: 10 floors
Area / units: 220,000 sqft + 200 flats
Cost est.: £125m
This commercial property development was due to start late 2006
image courtesy of architects practice
The site occupies a full city block located on a river frontage site on the north bank of the River Clyde at Broomielaw. The master plan embodies the principles of Glasgow City Council’s Broomielaw masterplan by increasing permeability in an area characterised by long north-south blocks.
A commercial property development for Gladedale Capital, £150m approximate building construction cost, over an area of 389,000sqft.
Plans submitted Mar 2007; due to complete 2009
Broomielaw project designers – make architects based in London, UK
Broomielaw Property Developments
Major recent Strathclyde Property Development Designs – selection:
Broomielaw SEEL building
The SEEL building is based round a huge atrium that looks onto the River Clyde, with entry just off the Broomielaw.
Atlantic Quay Broomielaw offices
£90m Atlantic Quay development in the IFSD consists of two office buildings + six-storey, and a 150-bed hotel. The project is located on a site between James Watt Street and York Street. A public square will also be created along with shops and leisure facilities and developers hope to include a health club and conference centre.
The company is retaining the A-Listed warehouse facade on James Watt Street, built in the mid-19th century. In 1968 the street was the scene of a major tragedy when 22 people died in a fire in an upholstery factory.
Major Strathclyde Building Designs – selection:
Glasgow School of Art
picture : Steven Holl Architects
Glasgow School of Art Competition
The Lighthouse Glasgow – News
image : David Churchill
photo : David Barbour / BDP
photo : Andrew Lee
Radisson Hotel Glasgow
Planning Application by North Planning & Development Ltd, reaction from architect Alan Dunlop.
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