An attractive Category B Listed former banking hall occupying a highly prominent corner position at the junction of Sauchiehall Street and Blythswood Street.
The property is arranged over the ground and basement of a four storey building with the upper floors providing office accommodation with separate dedicated access. The space would be well suited to a number of retail or leisure uses (subject to consents).
The ground floor comprises an impressive former banking hall with marble walls and floor and a striking feature ceiling. Additionally, there is a mezzanine level accessed via a staircase to the front of the property. The space benefits from excellent levels of natural daylight from the large, original windows. The ground floor is largely open plan with two small offices to the front. The basement provides numerous offices, stores, a kitchen and toilets.
Floor Sq Ft Sq M
Ground 2,180 202.5
Mezzanine 432 40.1
Basement 1,830 170.1
Total 4,442 412.7
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, with a population of approximately 660,000, and an estimated shopping catchment of two million within a 20 minute drive time. The city is well served by public transport with two mainline train stations and an underground network. There are a number of bus routes which run through the city centre.
The subjects occupy a prime position on Sauchiehall Street at the corner of Blythswood Street. The area is a wellestablished retail and leisure destination in the city with a mix of national retailers and restaurants/bars.
The retail market in Glasgow is considered to be second only to central London in the UK in terms of CACI ranking. Nearby occupiers include Marks and Spencer, Taco Bell, Tesco, TK Maxx, Argos and Nandos.