WORK Starts On 18-Storey Build-To-Rent Towers At Buchanan Wharf

21 November, 2019 | News, Residential, Major Developments

THE next significant building phase at Glasgow’s Buchanan Wharf started this week with ground-breaking for Legal & General’s 324-home built-to-rent (BTR) scheme.

Drum Property Group, developers of the site at Tradeston, agreed a deal with Legal & General earlier this year for the first institutionally forward-funded BTR scheme to be delivered in Scotland.

The 280,000 sq. ft. development has been designed to meet the increasing demand for high-quality rental accommodation in Scotland.

The two 18-storey towers will include a dedicated dining space, gym, residents’ lounge and games room. It will also take full advantage of its location overlooking the River Clyde by incorporating a 4,250 sq. ft. communal roof terrace.

Buchanan Wharf is one of Scotland’s biggest ever building projects  and when complete will have more than one million square feet of prime grade A office space, residential accommodation, local amenities and landscaped public spaces.

Construction of Barclay’s state-of-the-art Northern Europe campus HQ, above, is well underway.

Graeme Bone, group managing director of Drum Property Group said: “This is another important step in the evolution of Buchanan Wharf, which has quickly established itself as one of Scotland’s largest and most important commercial and residential development sites.

“With prime office space plus an exciting mix of homes, local amenities and open public Buchanan Wharf will be a stimulating and attractive environment in which to work, live and to visit.

“It is now transforming not just this neglected part of the waterfront but the entire city centre of Glasgow, once again placing the River Clyde at the heart of the city’s economic and cultural regeneration.”

Dan Batterton, head of build-to-rent at LGIM Real Assets, added: “We are delighted to be breaking ground on our first BTR development in Scotland. Buchanan Wharf is an exciting scheme, set to have a significant positive socio-economic impact on this area of Glasgow.”

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