CityPark reaches for the SKY

CityPark reaches for the SKY

The landmark CityPark building in Glasgow continues to go from strength to strength after securing a flurry of deals totaling more than 75,000 sq ft of office space.

Broadcasting giant SKY is the latest big name to commit to the building and has agreed a five year lease on the first floor. Similarly, Actavo, which operates a customer contact centre for Scottish Power, has signed a five year lease on the third floor.

The latest deals are a further boost to asset manager APAM Ltd following its significant investment in the property, which saw computer giant Dell commit to CityPark early last year when it agreed a new 10-year lease.

The building was extensively refurbished in 2014 and has since added a children’s nursery to an already impressive list of amenities including a café, a shop, a hairdressing salon and gym, with around 40,000 sq ft of space available to let.

Commenting on the latest transaction, William Powell, APAM’s Executive Director, said: “I am delighted SKY has committed to CityPark. It is a significant agreement and adds to our already impressive list of tenants which include the likes of Dell, CH2M Hill and Teleperformance to name but a few.

“The SKY and Actavo activity as well as the other recently completed deals proves CityPark continues to strengthen its position as a key business location in Scotland.”


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