HISTORY

The missing piece in Glasgow’s history

Park Quadrant Residences presents a rare opportunity to become part of an exciting and dramatic development of high-end residential living in an area renowned for its quality of historical architecture and townscape.

In 1851, architect Charles Wilson developed proposals for a public park, which was to become Kelvingrove Park, along with a masterplan for a concentric pattern of streets at Woodland Hill. In 1854, this plan was changed to include the inner ring of terraces, Park Circus, along with the outer ring of Park Terrace and Park Quadrant.

However, construction of the concentric ringed Park Circus area halted in the mid 1850s and the final quadrant lay undeveloped, until now. This legacy has resulted in Park Quadrant Residences taking its place as ‘the missing piece’ of the historic Park Circus area.

Architects, Holmes Miller have created a subtle re-interpretation of the original masterplan designs with stunning, contemporary detailing.

RENOWNED GLASGOW ARCHITECTS



The eleven individually themed cores are each named after a renowned Glasgow architect, whilst the corresponding penthouses take their name from that architect’s most notable project.

Architects

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