Regent Property Group unveils plans for Glasgow St Enoch building

REGENT Property Group has struck a deal to bring the UK’s first Radisson Hotel Group & Serviced Apartments to Glasgow.

The upscale development will consist of a combination of ‘stylish contemporary’ standard and superior bedrooms, along with luxury studio and one-bed apartments in the signature Radisson design. The plans include a rooftop bar and lounge, providing panoramic views across the city.

Radisson Hotel & Serviced Apartments Glasgow will also boast a destination restaurant on the ground floor, as well as a gym and meeting space.

The Glasgow-based family business is planning to introduce the new hospitality concept to 90/96 Maxwell Street, currently a collection of dilapidated buildings in the heart of St Enoch, and formerly known as the home to Fury Murrys nightclub.

Regent purchased the building five years ago and has now launched a public consultation to gain feedback on the proposals. Comments can be provided by visiting before Friday 15th March.

HAUS is currently working on the design proposals and it is hoped to retain the frontage of the building whilst developing a new building that will accommodate the Radisson concept.

Jay Singh, director of Regent Property Glasgow, said, “We are delighted to launch this consultation and initial feedback has been incredibly positive about the site being redeveloped and the proposed hotel use.”

Adela Cristea, VP, business development UK, Ireland & Nordics at Radisson Hotel Group, added, “This is an exciting time for Radisson Hotel Group; this is the first serviced apartment concept signing in the UK for us and we are absolutely thrilled to showcase it in Glasgow. Radisson Hotel & Serviced Apartments Glasgow will perfectly complement our award-winning Radisson RED and Radisson Blu properties, both of which are established, great brand representations in this amazing city. This new development will provide more choice for guests, with a home from home experience within the luxury of a Radisson environment.”

A second consultation will take place in April and a planning application is expected to be submitted in the summer.