Fed up of the drab Monday to Friday in a grey office building? That could be a thing of the past if plans for one Glasgow building come to fruition. 

HFD Property Group, which earlier this year secured an £88.9m development loan through the Bank of Scotland, has created a fly-through vision of its striking new  building.

That funding package provided the business with the development capital to complete the 313,116 sq ft commercial accommodation, which is the final part of its Bothwell Exchange office campus in Glasgow.

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Once complete, 177 Bothwell Street will be the largest multi-occupancy office building in the city.

It will even have a running track on the roof and a cycleway straight into the building.

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It has already secured tenants, with Clydesdale Bank's CYBG signing a 22-year lease for over 116,000 sq ft. HFD’s managed office division will also lease over 60,000 sq ft of the development.

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It is also the first development in Scotland to be accredited with a Platinum WiredScore Certification.

Stephen Lewis, managing director at HFD Property Group, said: “Glasgow thriving business community needs new, quality office space to support its growth, help attract talent and new occupiers to the city."