BAM, in collaboration with Taylor Properties, is turning its attention to the next big project in its development pipeline, a £100m mixed-use development in Glasgow’s IFSD, having recently sold 110 Queen Street to Deutsche AWM for £70m.
Following that success the developer is retaining Cooper Cromar for Atlantic Square, adopting a similar smoked glass aesthetic for three separate buildings, staggered behind a retained warehouse frontage on James Watt Street.
In a statement BAM said: “Having successfully developed CONNECT110NS nearby, BAM will bring its expertise and trusted supply chain to develop an entirely new city district for technology and financial services organisations.
“Celebrating the best of Glasgow’s trading past, and linking it to its future as a hub for international trade, Atlantic Square will comprise two commercial buildings of ten storeys (180,000ft2) and six storeys (80,000ft2) respectively, with ground floor retail space in both. A third building will feature high-quality retail and residential accommodation.”
A planning application is expected imminently.
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