Glasgow’s Midtown area is not only home to The Ink Building it is the location of choice for numerous blue chip companies and well-known organisations. A long established office location the area has recently experienced a resurgence of demand with various development projects recently completed and more in the planning stage.
Getting to and from work couldn’t be easier with all forms of public transport close by. Numerous bus services operate along nearby Waterloo Street and Hope Street including the airport bus route. Central and Queen Street rail stations are easily accessible as are the Subway stations on Buchanan Street and St Enoch Square. Nextbike, bike sharing is available on Waterloo Street and for those commuting by car, Junction 19 of the M8 is within 1 minutes’ drive time. Secure parking is available within The Ink Building and two NCP car parks are located immediately adjacent.
Step out the door at The Ink Building and you have every amenity you’ll ever need and all within a few minutes’ walk. On nearby Bothwell Street you’ll find an array of coffee shops, sandwich bars and convenience stores including a Sainsbury’s Local. The surrounding area is home to numerous bars and restaurants including a varied selection of hotels and gyms.
In Gaelic, Glasgow means ‘dear green place’ and with over 90 parks and gardens it’s easy to see why. Multicultural, innovative and brimming with personality, Scotland’s largest city was ranked ‘Top Large European City of the Future’ 2016/17.
Glasgow is the powerhouse of the Scottish economy – the cultural, sporting and academic heart of Scotland and one of Europe’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities. Key growth sectors include Creative Industries, Digital Technology, Higher Education, Financial and Business Services, Tourism and Events, Retail, Health and Life Sciences, Low Carbon and Engineering, Design and Manufacturing.
Forming Scotland’s main transport hub, Glasgow is blessed with excellent road and air services and the largest suburban rail network outside London. The City and surrounding area offer access to a well-trained and well-educated workforce courtesy of 3 universities and 3 super colleges.
The 2017 ‘Mercers Quality of Living Survey’ sees Glasgow beat Rome, Prague and Dubai to be named as one of the best cities in the world to live. Offering an outstanding quality of life, Glasgow is close to breathtaking countryside offering an array of outdoor activities including nearby hill walking, sailing and cycling. Some of the world’s greatest golf courses are all within an hour’s drive and the City’s arts and culture, nightlife and food are hard to surpass.