174-room hotel planned for a crumbling Glasgow warehouse
July 13 2022
A project team including Sheppard Robson and Turley has been assembled for the job, which aims to 'activate' the street by driving footfall and delivering an open ground floor frontage comprising the front of house areas including a lounge and breakfast room.
Set behind an arched double-height elevation of grey granite tile this would support regular buff stone piers above with white precast feature stringer and window head details. A dark grey metal upper floor would be set back to reduce apparent mass.
In a statement, the applicant wrote: "The existing building at 11 Oswald Street has been vacant and empty for two decades since its last use as a health club in 2001. There has been no maintenance carried out during this period and the building has fallen into a severe state of deterioration."
A separate apart-hotel is planned for the junction with the Broomielaw.
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