Whisky Bond office conversion completes
September 2 2014Glasgow based business and creative hub managed by the Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership, has completed work on a second phase of office and studio workspace within a former industrial building at Speirs Locks.
This brings to 100,000sq/ft the amount of space available in the seven storey brick structure, whose tenants already include the likes of Network Five Architects and the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, joining a growing creative community anchored by Scottish Opera and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
A co-working space called ‘The Distillery’ is also provided, aimed at start-up businesses and freelancers.
Gary Watt, development manager at ISIS Waterside Regeneration, said: “The Whisky Bond is more than office and studio space, it’s the centrepiece of our ambition to transform Speirs Locks into one of Scotland’s leading centres for creative production.”
Photograph taken by AgArchitectural
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