Scheme 82% let
Ten new tenants for Clyde Gateway development
New occupiers: tenants outside the Gateway premises
Ten tenants have moved into the 40,000 sq ft Red Tree Magenta building at Clyde Gateway, a new office development close to the M74.
The £9m building on a 27-acre urban business park has been for SMEs and the influx of occupants means that Red Tree Magenta – the third Red Tree building that Clyde Gateway has delivered – is now 82% let, less than a month after opening its doors.
The ten new occupiers join the building’s two larger tenants, property management company Speirs Gumley, which has signed a pre-let on the building’s entire third floor, and BRE Scotland who will occupy the second floor.
Like the two larger tenants, many of the new occupants are in the property sector, such as fit-out contractors Calma Group, commercial interiors IDAco, construction site monitoring company I-Watchers, cavity wall insulation specialists Beinn Group, and a local architectural practice.
They are joined by Inspire Scotland, which specialises in residential care for children, lighting e-commerce business Spotlight Direct, events monitoring digital technology business Raven Controls, HR and recruitment specialists Best Consultancy and accountants Evolve Accountancy.
Ian Manson, chief 3xecutive at Clyde Gateway said: “I’d like to extend a very warm welcome to all our new tenant companies, who are joining the growing number of dynamic and entrepreneurial organisations here at Red Tree Magenta and within Clyde Gateway as a whole.”
Clyde Gateway Developments is working in partnership with Highbridge Properties to develop the remainder of the Magenta business park, which it estimates will eventually bring around 12,000 full-time jobs to the area.