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20 February, 2024

Red Tree Business Suites Launches New Location in Dalmarnock

New contemporary business space has been released in Dalmarnock by Clyde Gateway’s collaborative workspace brand, Red Tree.

 

With interior design provided by commercial specialists Bell & Swift, Red Tree @ EastWorks is one of the premier office spaces available in Scotland.

 

 

The innovative new workspaces have a range of options for tenants, ranging from hot desking to dedicated suites, recognising the need for spaces that suit the hybrid way of working.

 

The site is set within a former Victorian era gas purifier shed, which was recently retrofitted as part of the EastWorks development and opened by the Deputy First Minister, Shona Robison MSP in 2023.

 

 

EastWorks is the fourth development for Red Tree which has been providing high quality workspace in the east end of Glasgow and Rutherglen for almost 15 years.

 

The Grade A flexible work spaces range from 322 sq ft to 3,448 sq ft, meaning there are spaces for up to teams of 50. There are a range of work solutions available including business club membership, providing hot desking, and a business address. There is a premium dedicated desk rental option, and dedicated flexible suites are also available for let.

 

Lisa Miller, Project Manager at Clyde Gateway said: “Clyde Gateway was proud to regenerate this derelict site and Red Tree can now offer collaborative work spaces suited to the modern hybrid work environment, bringing more jobs and investment into the east end of Glasgow.

 

“Red Tree @ EastWorks is beautifully designed and provides a superb experience for employees and businesses, with excellent amenities on site. Through our other Red Tree offerings in Bridgeton and Rutherglen, we understand the current market and we know these sorts of workspaces that are well connected and of very high quality are hugely desirable for businesses and organisations of all sizes.”

 

Craig McKie, Creative Director at Bell & Swift who provided interior design for the new space, added: “We wanted this space to provide a modern, collaborative workspace, yet recognise the Victorian roots of the building and the industrial heritage of the local community. The bold colour palette takes inspiration from Glasgow’s heritage of turkey red dye, as well as the weaving industry that was once such a key part of Dalmarnock.

 

“Ultimately, we wanted to provide a space that can be enjoyed and be a place where people want to spend time. Alongside Red Tree and Clyde Gateway, I believe we have transformed a derelict structure into a workspace that rivals any in the city, whilst ensuring the building doesn’t lose any of its charm.”