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July 8 2020

Housebuilder targets Glasgow city centre with Prince's Quay

Housebuilder CALA is switching its attention from suburbia to the city centre with plans to build 203 homes on the former Garden Festival site at Pacific Quay.

Prince's Quay will bring a mix of apartments and townhouses to the market upon completion in early 2021.

Liana Canavan, sales and marketing director for CALA Homes (West), said: “Like every other homebuilder we’ve faced challenges in recent months due to lockdown restrictions, but as these have gradually eased, we’re delighted that construction has been able to resume, bringing us one step closer to welcoming our first residents to this fantastic development.

“Prince’s Quay will offer a unique opportunity to live in an unrivalled central location while experiencing the ultimate in modern urban living.” 

The development will be formally launched next week with virtual tours of the accommodation offered to potential buyers.

Construction work paused during the coronavirus outbreak
Construction work paused during the coronavirus outbreak
The project was masterplanned by Haus Collective
The project was masterplanned by Haus Collective

10 Comments

Charlie_
#1 Posted by Charlie_ on 8 Jul 2020 at 14:48 PM
I'm pretty sure this is already well underway?
Betty Thorburn
#2 Posted by Betty Thorburn on 8 Jul 2020 at 15:18 PM
To give better access to Cessnock subway station for developments in that area it would be good if there was a footpath going straight north Cessnock Street where it meets Brand Street up to Govan Road, past the warehouses there. As there is no short cut at that point it means a detour of around 500 meters down past near where the Louden tavern is at Harvey Street.
Dirk Benedict
#3 Posted by Dirk Benedict on 8 Jul 2020 at 15:38 PM
They should have stayed in the 'burbs.
StyleCouncil
#4 Posted by StyleCouncil on 8 Jul 2020 at 15:51 PM
I don't think they are 'switching their attention' UR..CALA are still punting out dross across suburbia's everywhere, only now in city centre's too.
Why is this utter dross given the time of day!?
Roderick Macleod
#5 Posted by Roderick Macleod on 8 Jul 2020 at 20:07 PM
I wish they advertised property by the m2 in the UK like is the norm on mainland Europe, you would find that modern flats are some of the smallest anywhere. Flat areas by m2 are in home reports but often the figures are too high and it's hard to get access to them. We used to build flats properly with the spacious size of old tenements, where did it all go wrong now that new flats are tiny.
Johny Fast
#6 Posted by Johny Fast on 9 Jul 2020 at 11:06 AM
Any truth in the rumour this website was going to change its name to “Suburban Realm” ?
UR
#7 Posted by UR on 9 Jul 2020 at 11:26 AM
#1 Yes, construction has now resumed on-site.
#6 I think Bourbon Realm sounds more interesting.
Daniel
#8 Posted by Daniel on 10 Jul 2020 at 09:22 AM
#5 - yeah, this is SO apparent here. The end of the sofa is almost opposite the kitchen sink in that last render. Cala stuff is always more expensive than their competitors, it's pretty wild that its still so measly.
Gandalf the Pink
#9 Posted by Gandalf the Pink on 11 Jul 2020 at 21:16 PM
#7 UR.

The biscuit? Surely the whisky with an e is beneath your lofty heights...
UR
#10 Posted by UR on 13 Jul 2020 at 10:36 AM
The House of Bourbon may be more appropriate for a realm...

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