Leasing agents appointed for ‘landmark’ Glasgow waterfront development

AM alpha has appointed Cushman & Wakefield alongside JLL as leasing advisor for its 200 Broomielaw in Glasgow office development.

The 80,000 sq ft Grade A office building, situated in a waterfront location in Glasgow’s city centre, is currently being refurbished with practical completion due later this month.

The multi-million-pound project includes the complete refurbishment of all floors and common areas, relocating the entrance to the centre of the building and creating a new reception with waiting area, business lounge and dedicated concierge.

It will deliver office space over nine levels and will be fully electric from 100% renewable sources. The building is also set to achieve an EPC A rating, which will result in 200 Broomielaw being the first refurbished building with no gas to attain the rating in Scotland.

Acting jointly with JLL, Cushman & Wakefield will provide advice to AM alpha as it launches 200 Broomielaw to the market with a new marketing campaign.

Fergus Maclennan, partner at Cushman & Wakefield in Glasgow, said, “We’re excited to be appointed on this renowned building at such an important time. It really is a fantastic property; not only is it located in one of the fastest growing commercial districts in Glasgow, but it also has market-leading environmental credentials, making it one of the best office buildings in the city. It will provide much needed Grade A office space when it completes next month.”

Martin Lemke from AM alpha added, “We’re delighted to appoint Cushman & Wakefield to market 200 Broomielaw alongside JLL as we approach practical completion. We’re looking forward to unveiling our completed building to the market.

“Modern, well-connected offices are still an important place for employees to collaborate. Being able to work face to face in a flexible working environment enhances collaboration. With that in mind we have designed 200 Broomielaw and are certain that our asset will attract strong levels of occupier interest.”