£18m Pacific Quay hotel to reanimate the River Clyde
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November 19 2020
A high profile gap-site on the River Clyde which has lain derelict for over 15 years is to be plugged after planners dismissed flooding concerns and gave the all-clear to build an £18m hotel.
Holiday Inn Pacific Quay has been designed by Mosaic to complete the waterfront from STV to the Science Centre and bolster the city's Clyde Mission to reactivate the river.
Mosaic director Neil Haining said: “This development has been carefully considered in response to the site’s immediate context within Pacific Quay and provides a much needed new business hotel of appropriate scale and high-quality materials.
“The Riverside restaurant and Rooftop terrace have been designed to take advantage of the views of the SECC, The Hydro and the Finnieston Crane. The ground floor reception and public areas connect to the new enhanced external public realm which extends along the Riverside walkway“
Delivering 150 bedrooms over seven floors the hotel will be finished in aluminium and acid etched precast concrete cladding panels and includes a first-floor conference and co-working space as well as a top floor sky bar.
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