38 Cadogan Street is a 40,000 sq ft Grade B office building situated in Glasgow’s central business district.
The building was originally constructed in 1989 to be the home of IBM’s Scottish headquarters. After the expiration of IBM’s lease in 2005, an extensive Grade A refurbishment was implemented – with new mechanical and electrical systems, re-cladding, replacement of floors and ceilings, a new lift, as well as a new double-height feature reception.
Current property features:
8-Storey Corner Office, with Grade B office accommodation
Full disabled person access from street level
Two 10-person passenger lifts
2.8m floor-to-ceiling heights with full raised access flooring
Metal / mineral tile suspended ceilings incorporating a mixture of LED/CAT II lighting depending on floor
Four-pipe fan coil air conditioning
Dedicated male and female toilet facilities on each floor
Basement car parking and bike racks
With two major Grade A developments set to be completed by 2021, adjacent and opposite to 38 Cadogan Street, the micro-location of the property is to be significantly improved.
Central to NPV's social responsibility is its role as trustee, benefactor and participation in the Kingsley Holgate Foundation, which directly carries out humanitarian projects throughout Africa. For more information please click the above image.
CIDC (Claremont Improvement District Company) is initiated by businesses in Claremont to ‘top up’ various services provided by the City Council. Mike Nixon is on the CIDC board of directors.