Grosvenor Building Glasgow: Alexander Greek Thomson

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Grosvenor Building, Greek Thomson, Photo, Gordon Street History, Location, Date, Fire, Image

Grosvenor Building Glasgow : Gordon Street

Historic Glasgow Structure – design by Alexander Thomson, Scotland

16 Apr 2011

Grosvenor Building

Address: 62-80 Gordon St

Location: west side of city centre, opposite Central Station

Date: 1859

Architect: Alexander Thomson

Only the facade remained when a development occurred in 1992.

Photos from April 2011:
Grosvenor Building Grosvenor Building Glasgow Greek thomson Architecture Gordon Street Building Glasgow
building images © Adrian Welch

The Grosvenor Building was designed by Greek Thomson as commercial premises with shops below, for Alexander & George Thomson. It was burnt down shortly after it was completed but rebuilt in 1864-66.

This Gordon Street building caught fire again in 1901 and when rebuilt in 1907 took its current name form the Grosvenor Restaurant by Clarke, Bell & Craigie. Finally the building again had a fire in 1967.

The Grosvenor building was built on the site of the Gordon Street United Presbyterian Church after purchase by A. & G. Thomson.

Grosvenor Building
photograph © Adrian Welch

Alexander Thomson

Hope Street Building:
Hope Street Building
image © Adrian Welch

Glasgow Walking Tours

Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson – Famous Works

CCA Glasgow
CCA Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch

Caledonia Road church

St Vincent Street church
St Vincent Street Church
photo © Adrian Welch

Grecian Chambers

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Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow School of Art
photo © Adrian Welch

Royal Exchange Square – located a few blocks to the east
Royal Exchange Square
photo © Adrian Welch

Website: Glasgow

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Grosvenor Building Glasgow – page

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