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themenace72

Flats/Apartments with best view of Glasgow City Centre

(Sorry if this the wrong section, first post).

Which flats do you think have the best views of the skyline of Glasgow City Centre? Is anyone aware of any planned developments which promise such views?

I'd say Fleming House and the flats on Hutcheson street are in a good position. The Pinnacle just off Bothwell street also has some stunning views. Mavisbank gardens has a good view of the city centre but its a little too far away I'd say (the Clyde side makes up for this though).

I hope to move to the city centre one day and would love nothing more than a balcony view of our impressive city centre. (In the slim possibility I can afford it )
Marblez

Norfolk Court at Gorbals Cross. Now empty and due for demolition but it has the best view over the city centre you can get

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/ftopic3205-0-asc-150.php
fastnet

Not if you live on the first floor.....  
themenace72

Marblez wrote:
Norfolk Court at Gorbals Cross. Now empty and due for demolition but it has the best view over the city centre you can get

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/ftopic3205-0-asc-150.php


Nice! What a view - thanks for posting!
Marblez

fastnet wrote:
Not if you live on the first floor.....  


Well observed John . I suppose if we are talking about views from lower floors then it would have to be the remaining Rosemount block, but I think that is now empty too !
Marblez

themenace72 wrote:
Marblez wrote:
Norfolk Court at Gorbals Cross. Now empty and due for demolition but it has the best view over the city centre you can get

http://urbanglasgow.co.uk/ftopic3205-0-asc-150.php


Nice! What a view - thanks for posting!


No probs if you go to the previous page there are a couple of other shots over different parts of the city

And a couple of night ones here

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