Former cinema converts to Grade A offices

06 Jun 2018

An iconic Art Deco cinema on West Regent Street has found a new lease of life as 'The Reel House' offering commercial office space.

The former Odeon cinema, which closed in 2006, was purchased in 2016 by Carrick Properties. Now, it offers four floors of Grade A offices, including an extensive third floor balcony,

The refurbishment, carried out by Ryder Architecture, means the category B listed building has retained many traditional elements, offering over 14,000 sq. ft. of flexible, open-plan workspace, with a rental value of £22.50 per sq. ft.

Originally opened in 1934, the building has long been one of Glasgow's most popular venues. In between film screenings, it also hosted concerts by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Dusty Springfield, Johnny Cash and The Rolling Stones.

Knight Frank and JLL are joint letting agents.

Sarah Addis, Associate at Knight Frank, said: "The Reel House is steeped in history and remains as iconic as ever. The renovation has created a stylish, contemporary, flexible workspace. Given the quality of the refurbishment, its central position and the lack of Grade A office accommodation of its kind currently available in Glasgow, we anticipate occupiers will be captivated by the space."