Riverside Business Park

The £45 million Riverside Business Park sits on a 12 acre waterfront site at the eastern entrance to Pacific Quay.

  • View of STV from the north bank
  • Riverside Business Park on the south bank
  • Vacant plot at Riverside Business Park

Lead Partner: Pacific Quay Developments Ltd

Other Partners: Pacific Quay Developments is a joint venture between Manchester-based commercial developers CTP and Miller Developments – part of the Miller Group.

Project Team: Letting agents for the development are: Jones Lang LaSalle and CB Richard Ellis.

Contact Details:
David Topham
CTP
0161-236-3223
dtopham@ctpltd.co.uk.

Pamela Grant
Miller Developments
0870-336-5329

Website: 
www.pacific-quay.co.uk

Project History
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  • Archive aerial view of the site supplied by Pacific Quay Developments
  • STV under construction
  • Riverside Business Park and the Clyde Arc under construction
  • Riverside Business Park under construction
  • Riverside Business Park with Clyde Arc in foreground
  • The South Rotunda adjacent STV
  • STV on the south bank and the Finnieston Crane on the north
  • STV headquarters at Pacific Quay
  • Riverside Business Park

Location:

Pacific Quay & SECC, Pacific Quay

Description:

The Riverside Business Park is immediately adjacent to the Clyde Arc, providing a direct link to the city centre, and is also close to Govan, Kinning Park and Ibrox.

When completed, it will include over 20,500 sq m of mixed use development, incorporating high quality offices, a hotel, leisure facilities and other supporting business uses.  The site is currently home to the Scottish Police Services Authority, Capital FM Scotland, Buro Happold and Scottish Television.

On its western edge the business park is flanked by BBC Scotland's new headquarters building, which opened in 2007.

The lead developers, Pacific Quay Developments Ltd, firmly believe that the project offers potential occupiers a fresh approach - the proximity and convenience of the city centre but with the high-quality working environment of a landmark urban business park overlooking the River Clyde in the heart of Glasgow.

Current status:

No 1 Pacific Quay was completed in 1998, with the refurbishment of the Four Winds following in 2000. A new bespoke headquarters for STV was delivered in 2006. A Premier Inn is now being built at No 2 Pacfic Quay and No 3 Pacific Quay is being marketed for business use.

Timescale:

Ongoing

Cost:

£45 million


On Clydewaterfront.com
  • Premier Inn at Pacific Quay