By Richard Hook2018-07-06T11:52:00
Office occupier take-up hit a ten-year high in Glasgow during the first half of 2018, up 50% on the same period last year – according to new data from JLL.
Total office take-up across Glasgow’s city centre reached 326,313 sq ft by June 30, spread across 32 deals. In the largest deal of the quarter, Clydesdale Bank took 110,955 sq ft pre-let at 177 Bothwell Street while Scottish Executive, Regus and Webhelp also signed new deals for city centre space. In the first three months of 2018, take-up of city centre office space amounted to 251,910 sq ft, boosted by the major government pre-let at Atlantic Square.
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