73 Albion Street is situated in a superb location for offices within the heart of the Merchant City, immediately adjacent to the highly popular Merchant Square licensed venue.
The immediate surrounding area has seen significant new development, including the £300 million Candleriggs Square, which is to provide a 500 bed student hotel and 346 apartments to rent. In addition, recent developments also include Collegelands, the development of 588 student bedrooms; Tontine House, the redevelopment of 115,000 sq. ft. office accommodation, and Strathclyde University’s Technology and Innovation Centre.
The office opportunities are arranged over the first and second floors of a three-storey, and basement self-contained terraced stone constructed building, under pitched roofs, clad externally in slate. The premises are accessed directly from the front at 73 Albion Street, which leads to a staircase to the first and second floor accommodation. The basement is in use as basic storage.
The floor sizes are as follows:
The premises have a Rateable Value of £17,000, effective from 1st April 2023.
We understand that the premises are connected to all mains services.
73 Albion Street is situated in a superb location within the heart of the Merchant City. The office accommodation would be ideal for general office use. The building benefits from an attractive stone construction and internal features, including a high pitched roof, with timber beams, and feature stone walls.
The basement is in use as storage.
Offers in the region of £7.50 per sq. ft. are invited for the office accommodation. The premises are available as a whole, or on a per floor basis. In addition, our client would consider a sale.
The property has an EPC rating of G.
Viewing & Further Information
Strictly no approaches to be made to the property direct. For further information please contact CDLH on 0141 331 0650.
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 came into force on the 26th June 2017. This now requires us to
conduct due diligence not only on our client but also on any purchasers or occupiers. Once an offer has been accepted, the prospective purchaser(s)/occupier(s) will need to provide, as a minimum, proof of identity and residence and proof of funds for the purchase before the transaction can proceed.
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