Dalmarnock Tower, Glasgow, Architect, News, Proposal, Scottish Skyscraper

Dalmarnock Tower

Scottish Skyscraper Project – design by John Russell Partnership, Scotland

Dalmarnock Skyscraper

Dalmarnock Tower, Millerfield Road, Dalmarnock

Architects – John Russell Partnership

Tower for developer Grantly Developments (Parkhead) Ltd / Arup Scotland

Height: 55 floors, 180m

Proposed 196 Residential flats, Leisure, Commercial space, 96 bed hotel
over 12 floors, 110 flat perimeter block

Centrepiece of £1.6bn Clyde Gateway redevelopment of East end.

The developers intend to build the tallest building in Scotland

Original proposal: 42 floors

Sep 2005:

Glasgow Skyscraper

Tallest scottish building planned Lanarkshire-based John Russell Partnership. Architect, Bob Ramage, apparently inspired by 48-storey One Wall Centre in Vancouver. For comparison, the proposed Elphinstone Place tower by Cooper Cromar is a 39 storey building

Glasgow Skyscrapers

Approximate heights – please note proposed towers may vary:
Elphinstone Place – 134 metres high
Glasgow tower – 125 metres high

Glasgow Tower Blocks

Glasgow skyscraper : Elphinstone Place

Glasgow Tower @ Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Armadillo
Clyde Auditorium
photo © Isabelle Lomholt

Major development close to Dalmarnock

Commonwealth Games Stadium
Commonwealth Games Arena
photo © Adrian Welch

Website: Glasgow

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