Engineering firm Clancy Consulting have leased the entire ninth floor - 3,800 sq. ft - relocating from the park district, while fund managers MDP Capital LLP have acquired the eighth floor – Also 3,800 sq. ft.
These two deals now bring the building to 50% occupancy with only 4 lower floors now available, reflecting the popularity of office space in this rapidly evolving location at the west end of Glasgow city centre. Cisco, the global IT and networking company; International engineering company COWI; Lawrie IP, the independent patent and trademark firm; and tech company OnScale are amongst 310 St Vincent Street’s bustling tenant line up.
Sarah Hagen, Office Agency Associate at Knight Frank Glasgow, said:
“310 St Vincent Street continues to attract first class occupiers, testament to the high quality refurbishment that our clients Praxis have delivered. The immediate area has a real buzz of activity with the addition of Coffee Republic on the ground floor alongside Café Nero and various gyms, offering occupiers additional doorstep amenities. Clancy Consultancy & MDP Capital are excellent additions to the occupier line-up and with a good level of interest in the remaining space we are hopeful of continued success over the coming months.”
Richard Harrison, Asset Manager at Praxis, added:
“310 St Vincent Street is situated in a prime position for Glasgow’s business community and we’ve invested substantially to create a top-of-class, Grade A office building which suits the needs of both current and future occupiers; The addition of spa-style changing facilities, electric car-charging points and extensive cycle provisions to encourage active commuting. We are thoroughly delighted in welcoming Clancy Consultancy and MDP Capital LLP to the building. There is various interest in the remaining vacant space and we look forward to welcoming other tenants that recognise 310SVS as the perfect place to conduct business.”
Gillian Giles, Office Agency Associate at Ryden, also commented:
"I am delighted by the continued success at the building with two deals on the upper floors recently completed. In addition, we are expecting to be able to make further announcements in due course. While we have large floors of 9,000 sq ft remaining we are also responding to the take-up of the smaller suites and are now splitting the first floor to provide suites from 3,200 sq ft upwards. We have a proactive landlord, Praxis, who is quickly responding to the market and enquiries."
Knight Frank & Ryden are jointly marketing the remaining 37,000 sq. ft. at 310 St Vincent Street.