Caithness House, 127 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 5JF
From 164 to 1,094 sq m / 1,760 to 11,779 sq ft
Caithness House is a prominent sandstone building on the corner of St Vincent Street and Hope Street within Glasgow's Central Business District. The property is located within minutes of Glasgows public transport hub including Glasgow Central and Queen Street railway stations, core bus networks and Buchanan Street subway station. In addition the building allows for excellent access to the M8 motorway. Given its central location, a wide range of retail and leisure amenities are situated within the immediate vicinity.
Caithness House is a prominent seven storey corner building of red sandstone construction. The building is accessed at ground level via an attractive reception foyer which has recently been refurbished. Access to upper floors is via twin passenger lifts and central staircase. The available suites within the subjects are open plan in nature and are fully refurbished.
- Open plan layout
- Suspended ceilings with recessed modern lighting
- Gas central heating system
- Raised access floors
- Male and female toilets
- 2 x passenger lifts
- Secure door entry system
- Traditional features throughout
£4.00 - £4.25 psf
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