A wonderful landmark building on the corner of West George Street and Wellington Street, this south facing property sits in the heart of Glasgow’s prime business area. The location is excellent for public transport, multi storey car parks, restaurants, retail, coffee shops and all of Glasgow’s city centre amenities.
Constructed around 1830, this lovely prominent category A listed building has been used as offices for many years.
Providing arrival and office space over lower ground, ground, 1st and 2nd floors, the building has large common areas and retains some outstanding period rooms with original features whilst also providing excellent open plan working areas.
The large windows generate excellent natural light. The offices have air conditioning and access flooring with utilities/distribution floor boxes.
Ample male and female toilet facilities are provided plus kitchen and tea prep areas.
The lower ground floor is capable of separate let.
Second 1,916Sq Ft (178.00Sq m)
First 1,955Sq Ft (181.63Sq m)
Ground 1,843Sq Ft (171.22Sq m)
Lower Ground 1,324Sq Ft (123.00Sq m)
TOTAL 7,038Sq Ft (653.85Sq m)
The building has a private car park for 5 cars immediately to the rear.
The building is immediately available as shown. Alternatively our clients will consider undertaking a refurbishment, potentially incorporating some of the tenant’s interior décor preferences.
The owners ideally seek a tenant for the whole building but will consider letting the lower ground floor and upper floors separately. Consideration will also be given to floor by floor letting. This will involve some amendments to the property. New full repairing and insuring leases are sought. The owners will consider short or long leases.
Further details on application. The level of rent may vary depending on the tenants’ requirements to upgrade the décor, lease length, size of space to be taken, etc.
On application – the rates position is currently being reviewed.
This is not required for a single tenant who will control their own costs but should the building be let to more than one party then the occupier will be required to meet a proportionate share of the buildings common charges and running costs.
The EPC is x. A copy is available on request.
All rent and other building charges will be subject to VAT.
Each party will pay their own legal costs but with the ingoing tenant will be responsible for all LBTT and lease registration dues.