Copenhagen Building becomes Sixty7

15 Feb 2012

The International Financial Services District is set for another boost, following the £10m upgrade of one of Glasgow's historic city centre buildings.

The Copenhagen Building, which is opposite the side entrance to Central Station, is to be known as Sixty7, its address in Hope Street.

The 65,000sq ft, nine story block, which once housed newspaper printing presses, is being marketed across the UK following the £10m upgrade and refurbishment.

The ground floor is currently a shell while the remaining nine floors have been prepared for office accommodation. The Grade A-listed property was built in the late 1890s. The original building has been retained while a new glass structure has also been added.

McManus Property Consultants of Glasgow and the Edinburgh office of Knight Frank Commercial have been hired as joint marketing agents by the Allied Irish Bank
to find tenants.

Source: Evening Times

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