City Wharf Glasgow, Cheapside St, Anderston Office, Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop
City Wharf, Glasgow : Anderston Office Property
River Clyde building for Dandara by gm+ad architects
City Wharf Glasgow
Images from Dandara 18 Feb 2008:
‘One CW’ – Phase 1 of City Wharf
90,000 sqft, 10,000 sqft floorplates.
Grade A Spec
Completion 4th quarter 2009
4 Dec 2007
City Wharf Glasgow
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects have received planning approval for more than 850 apartments overlooking the Clyde waterfront in Glasgow.
The project is for Dandara Ltd., the development company responsible for the second phase of Glasgow Harbour (GH2O) and will contain 853 apartments in four 22 storey towers and 17,500 square metres of office space. There will also be retail and other leisure outlets. The project value will be £180m.
The plans, based at the heart of the city’s International Financial Services district, include six buildings arranged around public piazzas, and office and residential accommodation, as well as retail and leisure outlets.
“It is a very challenging site”, says Gordon Murray, ” on the rivers edge but also right next to the Kingston Bridge and so is a gateway to the city. It is intended that this project will further enhance connections between the developments along the Clyde and Glasgow city centre.”
Peter Lackey, managing director of Dandara, said: “We look forward to bringing this scheme forward to enable commencement and delivery of another exciting major mixed-use urban regeneration project within Glasgow itself. This new venture will provide quality office, retail and residential property to the marketplace.”
Alan Dunlop, gordon murray + alan dunlop architects
City Wharf Glasgow images / information from gm+ad 4 Dec 2007
City Wharf Glasgow : gm+ad architects
photo © isabelle lomholt
Glasgow Harbour – also by gm+ad architects
photo © Adrian Welch
City Wharf Glasgow : background
Elmbank Tower Glasgow
Glasgow Transport Museum
picture from architect
Dandara Glasgow – GH2
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