Plans for New Glasgow Landmark Building Unveiled

13 Oct 2011

BAM Properties has lodged a planning application to transform 110 Queen Street, the 1960s office block in the heart of the city centre.  

It plans to demolish the existing building, creating a new £26m office and retail development, in a prominent position on the corner of Queen and Ingram Streets.

Designed by Cooper Cromar, the building will have a sleek, contemporary, curved glass façade and will be one of the most significant new build offices developed in the city centre in more than a decade.

It will offer state-of-the-art office space on eight floors, covering 143,000 sq ft. Tenants will be able to enjoy panoramic views over the city centre from the impressive roof terraces, accessible from the top floor.

The ground and mezzanine levels will feature 23,000 sq ft of retail/leisure units accessed from Ingram Street.

Michael Smart, Development Director, (Scotland and North of England), BAM Properties, said: 'We have a golden opportunity to create something very unique and special in one of the best locations in Glasgow - a building which will not only look fantastic and be highly sustainable but will also provide an inspirational working and retail environment."