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GVA returns to iconic city offices

GVA is making a return to its former offices by taking space in the refurbished Sutherland House, Glasgow.

It previously occupied space on the fifth floor of the Victorian block in the heart of the city and has now signed a 10-year lease for the first floor, occupying 4,698 sq ft.

The property agent relocates from nearby offices further along St Vincent Street and its arrival follows the recent ground floor letting to health care giant BUPA.

Sutherland House has undergone a £1.6 million refurbishment and is also home to CBRE, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations and Itelligence.

Once the headquarters of global thread manufacturer J&P Coats, Sutherland House was designed by renowned architect James Miller whose other projects include Wemyss Bay Railway Station and the Turnberry Hotel.

Fergus Maclennan, associate at Cushman & Wakefield which acted with Knight Frank on behalf of the landlord, said: “Architects Corstorphine + Wright have done an amazing job bringing out the art deco features of the building with a contemporary design.”

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