1st Get Living Project in Scotland, and the largest build-to rent development there with focus on student housing and services.
In Scotland’s biggest city, Get Living already has planning consent to develop a 7-acre (2.8-hectare) site In Scotland’s biggest city, at the heart of Glasgow into a residential neighbourhood of more than 700 homes and student studios.
Get Living’s first neighbourhood in Scotland will be built on a site adjacent to the High Street rail station, connecting the Merchant City district to the East End. This area was the original location of Glasgow University and the Hunterian Museum – later becoming a goods yard for the City of Glasgow University and the Hunterian Museum – later becoming a goods yard for the City of Glasgow Union Railway Company. An underground stream known as Molendinar Burn, the original freshwater source upon which Glasgow was founded, passes beneath this important site. However, other than a small section currently used as a car park, it has lain empty and derelict for some years.
Get Living’s exciting new development will include a public square, along with over 32,000 sq ft (3,000 sqm) of retail, leisure, food, drink and commercial business space served by new tree-lined access routes.