Todd Building Glasgow, Oko Ingram Street Property

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Todd Building Glasgow : Ingram Street Property

Merchant City Development, Strathclyde, west Scotland flats design by James Cunning Young & Partners.

post updated 29 December 2023

Date built: 1999

Design: James Cunning Young & Partners

Todd Building on Ingram Street

Location: east end of Ingram Street, north side adjacent to the Glasgow Herald Building

Todd Building Glasgow
exterior photo © Adrian Welch

New Building from 2005 built to west of the earlier (adjoining) brick Todd Building – housing conversion by architects James Cunning Young & Partners.

Todd Building Glasgow Todd Building
building exterior photos © Adrian Welch

Oko Restaurant on ground floor of the Todd Building:
Oko Restaurant
building exterior photograph © Adrian Welch

Glasgow Herald building
Glasgow Herald building on left, photo © Adrian Welch

Some basic details about on of the flats in this property:

This trendy loft apartment offers bright, corner accommodation including open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms (master en-suite) and bathroom with shower. GCH and DG. Video security entry. Energy Efficiency Rating band D (68).

Merchant City Architecture

Buildings close by to the Todd Building include:

Herald Building
Glasgow Herald Building

Major Historic Merchant City Architecture – selection:

Trades Hall
Trades Hall Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch
Trades Hall

Britannia Music Hall
Britannia Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch
Britannia Music Hall

Ingram Square Flats
Ingram Square Flats
photo © Adrian Welch
Ingram Square Flats

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Ingram Street

Ingram Street is a major thoroughfare in the city of Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. The street runs east from Queen Street through the Merchant City until it meets High Street.

The street was formerly known as Back Cow Lone. Lone or Loan being an old Scots word for a cattle track or lane, which then also became used as a street name.

Back Cow Lone was re-named to Ingram Street in 1781. The street was re-named in honour of Archibald Ingram, a Tobacco Lord, who became Lord Provost of Glasgow in the 1760s.

At the western end of the street at the junction with Queen Street is the Gallery of Modern Art in Royal Exchange Square. There are several local landmarks on Ingram Street itself, such as the Italian Centre, the old Sheriff Court, Ramshorn Theatre, the Hutchesons’ Hall and the Corinthian club amongst others.

Glasgow Architecture

Major Strathclyde Building Designs – selection:

SECC Glasgow


Burrell Museum

2014 Commonwealth Games
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Athletes Village
picture from architect studio

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