SportTimes was given exclusive early access to the impressive new development, which is set for launch in March.
With the venue's operation being called ScotstounSquash, Glasgow Life have joined forces with Martin Woods, the former Scotland international and one of the most respected coaches in the Scottish game.
Woods said: "This is a fantastic move by Glasgow Life and great news for the sport in Scotland.
"Squash is the ultimate high-intensity sport which helps burns high amounts of calories, gives you great fitness and the short timescales involved are perfect for fitting in with the modern way of life.
"This development at Scotstoun is the perfect opportunity to get people playing the sport.
"So it is important I stress we are not looking to attract people who are already playing squash at established clubs in the thriving West of Scotland Leagues.
"It is a very exciting time for us and, personally speaking, as someone whose life has been enriched so much by the sport, it is just fantastic that Glasgow Life have seen just how much the sport can benefit the health and lifestyle of people in the city."