Atlantic Square was picked from an original shortlist of three Glasgow developments. It also considered HFD Group’s planned 215,000 sq ft office in Bothwell Street and Drum Property Group’s planned regeneration of the Tradeston Street area, according to Property Week which says the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service is under offer to take 80,000 sq ft at 3 Atlantic Quay.
The court service was believed to be interested in 6 Atlantic Quay but will now take space at the Moorfield Group-owned Number 3 building.
The Department for Work and Pensions – which was under offer on 3 Atlantic Quay – will now take 80,000 sq ft of space at 1 Atlantic Quay, which is also owned by Moorfield. The quoting rent for the scheme was £25/sq ft. The Credit Suisse-owned 6 Atlantic Quay will be re-marketed.
Cushman & Wakefield is acting for Taylor Clark and BAM and JLL is acting for the government and Moorfield Group.