RECENTLY re-launched Glasgow business park, 100 Borron Street has signed two more tenancy agreements further adding to occupancy of the site, with an existing resident also extending their presence after taking on more space.
RehabWorks Ltd, the leading provider of occupational health and wellbeing services to businesses across the UK, took out a three year deal while arts organisation, 85A Collective have agreed usage of an 18,500 sqft unit as a studio and practice space. Additionally, existing resident, Vision Events (UK Ltd) have extended their presence on the park by taking on a further 1,460 sq ft site in 100 Borron Street.
The business park, a joint venture of Scottish Canals and partner Igloo Regeneration Partnership, an Aviva Investors fund, will invest up to £1.2m to transform a traditional Glasgow business park into a place for “business, arts and leisure”.
Partners paid £3.66m in February for the previously-named Port Dundas Business Park, rebranding the 250,000 sq ft of 1980s and 1990s industrial and office accommodation as 100 Borron Street.
Situated on the Forth and Clyde Canal, the park contains a diverse selection of residents.