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June 27 2019

Fresh visuals drum up interest in Finnieston flats

Drum Property Group has begun marketing its latest development with the release of the first homes for sale at the 108 apartment G3 Square development in Finnieston, Glasgow.

The mix of one through to three-bedroom apartments feature a mix of open plan living spaces within a contemporary sandstone block designed to harmonise with neighbouring tenements while offering modern conveniences such as lift access.

Fife Hyland, communications director at Drum Property Group, said: “G3 Square represents the perfect combination of stylish properties in a highly sought-after location. We have been greatly encouraged with the level of enquiries and initial reservations, and only expect the level of demand to increase over the coming months.”

Residents parking will be accommodated in a landscaped rear courtyard with prices starting at £160k

5 Comments

monkey9000
#1 Posted by monkey9000 on 27 Jun 2019 at 14:20 PM
Those elevations are rotten. Give me a well designed high quality HA flat any day over these.
E=mc2
#2 Posted by E=mc2 on 27 Jun 2019 at 20:51 PM
(c) Nicolae Ceau?escu Design Assoc
IndyNoo
#3 Posted by IndyNoo on 27 Jun 2019 at 22:08 PM
What on earth is up with the Architecture in Glasgow?! Why is the output so consistently poor - it rivals Aberdeen as being the most woeful in Scotland. Shocking.
David
#4 Posted by David on 28 Jun 2019 at 00:12 AM
Actually I would say that the standard of new architecture in Glasgow is the least bad; its the market with the most money in Scotland. However being the least bad isn't exactly something to celebrate...
George
#5 Posted by George on 28 Jun 2019 at 13:39 PM
At least they are using some decent materials. Far too many projects in Glasgow are approved with cheap render that looks dirty and terrible after about 3 months and is only to maximise developers profits. Planning need to be more strict on higher quality materials being used so that buildings last and look better for longer.

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