G3 Square will comprise of three separate buildings, ranging across six to seven storeys and offering a selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom luxury apartments and penthouses. The architecture will echo the height and feel of nearby traditional sandstone buildings and crescents, with contemporary interiors.
A luxury specification is incorporated in all of the individually designed apartments, including:
Bespoke kitchens by award-winning designers Kitchens International with furniture from Leicht and Siemens appliances.
Luxurious bathrooms with sanitary ware from Laufen and stylish fittings by Hansgrohe.
A selection of flooring throughout.
Lift access to all levels.
At the core of the development, there will be residential parking and a spacious landscaped area, providing an outdoor, green space for all residents to enjoy.
City apartments in Glasgow's hottest location.
Located between Glasgow city centre and Kelvingrove, G3 Square is ideally positioned to access all that Glasgow has to offer. With the Exhibition centre train station adjacent, access to the M8 in under a mile, and Glasgow International Airport just 8.4 miles away, connectivity couldn’t be better.
The rise of Finnieston as a key part of the West End and its proximity to the University of Glasgow, Scottish Power’s new HQ building, St Vincent Plaza and the International Financial District, has helped to make it one of the best-performing residential areas in the UK.
Leisure time? You’ll be spoiled for choice.
Named as one of the “top 10 coolest neighbourhoods” in Europe by The Independent, Finnieston is well established as the place to be.
Boasting a fantastic selection of boutique shops, bars and restaurants including Porter and Rye, Ox and Finch, The Gannet and Brewdog Glasgow, Finnieston caters to all tastes, and also has the world-class music and entertainment venues of SSE Hydro, SEC Centre and SWG3 in close proximity.
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From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, continue City bound, to the traffic lights at Byres Road. Turn right onto Byres Road and proceed to the bottom, turning left onto Dumbarton Road. Proceed along Dumbarton Road, passing the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum on the left-hand-side. Turn right at the traffic lights onto a continuation of Dumbarton Road and proceed as Dumbarton Road runs onto Argyle Street. Take eventual right onto Corunna Street and then right onto St. Vincent Crescent before turning right onto Minvera Street and the development is on the right-hand-side.