New waterfront development
Homes and offices for Glasgow gap site
Central Quay: a new community will be created
A new community of homes and offices will arise on a long-vacant gap site on Glasgow’s waterfront.
Harbert Management Corporation and XLB Property have been granted permission for the regeneration of the seven-acre Central Quay site on the Clyde close to the Hydro and Kingston Bridge.
The new development will include 400 homes to buy and rent, 300,000 sq ft of offices, a 150-bed hotel, food and retail units and a public realm.
XLB founder Tony Lawson told Property Week that Central Quay is a significant site and regeneration is “long overdue”.
The first phase of development should begin towards the end of this year.
The joint venture is being advised by GVA and CBRE and the masterplan was designed by architects Keppie Design.