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Slater Hogg is currently marketing a penthouse with accommodation on two levels comprising open-plan split-level living/dining/kitchen area with a vaulted ceiling and full-height, full-length windows and, upstairs, two double bedrooms (one en suite), bathroom, and a 25ft long private balcony with views over Brunswick Street and the Merchant City area. Situated on Glasgow Green, a red sandstone former warehouse on Greendyke Street now houses contemporary loft-style apartments with security-controlled entry, and lift and stair access to all levels.
A fourth-floor apartment for sale at a fixed price of £105,000 with Slater Hogg highlights this style of city living in a spacious one-bedroom apartment, where the main feature is a large open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with an 18ft-high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams.
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The regeneration of warehouses and landmark buildings such as the domed former Savings Bank of Glasgow, derelict 19th-century tenements – now Glasgow's mini-Milan, aka the Italian Centre, home to the UK's first Versace store – and the former General Post Office in George Square, have transformed the city centre and Merchant City area in recent years, making the latter in particular a vibrant, happening place with its own identity and sense of community. And, as the buildings are all very different, so too are the apartments and penthouses that emerged as part of the renaissance and are now finding a new lease of life in the residential sector.