Moda Living to develop Glasgow housing project

WCN Editorial Team 1 Nov 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Moda Living is set to redevelop the Strathclyde Police’s former headquarters in Glasgow, Scotland, into a housing development.

The £105M build-to-rent development, designed by HAUS architects, will feature 365 studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, and over 1,800sq m of ancillary ground floor space.

The project will also include a gym, cinema room, meeting rooms and residents’ lounge, as well as outdoor gardens and barbeque areas with recreation spaces.

Moda Living’s head of acquisitions Oscar Brooks said: “The old Strathclyde Police headquarters is a fantastic site right in the heart of Glasgow, and matches our vision of delivering high-quality housing for rent in city centre locations across the United Kingdom.

“As an investor, developer, owner and operator we are here for the long-term and aim to knit ourselves into the city’s fabric.”

Moda Living will retain ownership of the properties and will operate them for rent.

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