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Cuprum Glasgow : Oak Street Offices
Argyle Street Development: New Commercial Building in Strathclyde, Scotland
3 Jul 2008
Location: west end of city centre on Argyle Street, near the M8
Due to complete: Autumn 2008
Cuprum is a mixed use development on Argyle Street between Oak Street and Cadzow Street. For developer’s Taylor Wimpey it is the fifth phase in the redevelopment of Cadogan Square. They are developing this phase in partnership with Kenmore.
The plans have two main components. An office building of 9,141m2 (98,394 sq ft) with 37 car parking spaces to the east half of the site and 122 apartments running from the commercial building and returning into Oak Street.
Cadogan Square development:
Six storeys of Grade A space and residential space: 122 one & two
Glasgow City Council leader, Steven Purcell, ‘topped out’ the building on 9 April 2008
Developers: Taylor Wimpey and Kenmore
Approximate cost: £60m
Leasing agents: DTZ & Jones Lang La Salle
Cuprum Glasgow – Building Information
Location: Glasgow City Centre, IFSD
Address: Argyle Street, Glasgow
Cost: The project will have an end value in excess of £50 million.
Current status: Construction is in progress (at time of writing).
Timescale: Started in summer 2006. Completion due autumn 2008.
Lead partner:Taylor Wimpey Developments and Kenmore
Letting Agents: DTZ, Jones Lang LaSalle
Structural Engineer: Halcrow Yolles
Quantity Surveyor: Gardiner & Theobald
Employers Agent: Gardiner & Theobals
Services Engineer: DSSR
Closest station: Anderston
Cuprum Glasgow images / information from Aedas Architects
Glasgow Office : Buildings
Buildings near by include The Sentinel offices and the Marriott Hotel
picture from architect
photo © Isabelle Lomholt
photo : David Barbour / BDP
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