The Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS) has leased new office space at 206 St Vincent Street in Glasgow, taking a significant amount of space across the building’s ground and first floors.
The organisation will relocate from premises at Mackintosh House on Blythswood Street, in one of the first city centre office deals of the new year. MDDUS has secured 11,329 sq. ft. of Grade A office space following a comprehensive refurbishment of the building.
206 St Vincent Street is currently home to investment services firm, Smith and Williamson, with 1,950 sq. ft. still available to let. The building was recently refurbished with a focus on employee wellbeing to include outdoor breakout spaces, modern shower facilities and cycle racks.
The building’s prominent corner location offers extensive natural daylight, and it was recently awarded a ‘very good’ BREEAM rating for sustainability.
Colin Mackenzie, Office Agency Partner at Knight Frank Glasgow, said:
“206 St Vincent Street’s prime city centre position, combined with the refurbished modern space and focus on flexible and collaborative workspaces, make it a great location for MDDUS’s new Glasgow base.
“The city has, in recent years, faced a shortage of high-quality Grade A space, and while most businesses have been working remotely throughout the pandemic, demand remains robust. More so than ever, occupiers are focused on securing the best possible offices, with differentiators like sustainability and employee wellbeing at the forefront of decision-making.”
Gillian Giles, Office Agency associate at Ryden also commented:
“After conducting an exhaustive market search, and taking into account the impact and any impact of the pandemic, 206 St Vincent Street was selected for its location, excellent facilities. Despite the pandemic, the process from beginning to end to secure the premises was quick and effective.”