Glasgow Housing Association has created a new community in Springboig after moving 38 families from neighbouring Barlanark.
The £4.7million development in Springboig Gardens has almost 40 new houses and flats, built as part of an ongoing regeneration programme for Glasgow's East End. The work was carried out by GHA in partnership with Milnbank Housing Association.
Lorry driver Stephen Stelmaszuk, his 44-year-old wife Natalia and their 10-year-old son Dariusz are pleased with their new home.
Stephen, 54, said: "We knew most of our neighbours from where we lived before and everyone gets on so well. It helps create a good atmosphere and a sense of community.
"Our new home is amazing. My mother-in-law was in tears when she first saw it. The bedrooms are big, it's warm and easy to heat and my wife is delighted with the size of the kitchen too."
Stephen added: "We sit out in the back garden in the evening and my wife thinks she's on holiday. Our son loves it too."
Senior councillor Jim Coleman is also delighted with the development. He said: "It's great to see people living in such fantastic homes.
"This is a really high-quality development. In fact, the standard is higher than a lot of the private sector. This sets a benchmark for social housing in Glasgow."
Each house and flat is fitted with sophisticated home security and one of the new properties has been fitted for a wheelchair user.
GHA chairman Gordon Sloan, said: "I'm very happy so many former neighbours are now living together in their new homes. It's important to keep communities together.
"The homes are very well designed and finished and I'm sure they'll make a big difference to the lives of everyone who lives there.
"This development is also an important step in our plans, with our partners at the city council and the Scottish Government, to contribute to the regeneration of Glasgow."
Martin Egan, managing director of the builder, Dawn Homes, said the firm is committed to the partnership approach to delivering affordable housing in Glasgow and delighted with its relationship with GHA.