Serviced Offices and Coworking Space in Glasgow
Search all available flexible office space in Glasgow – including coworking, serviced, and private offices.
Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is one of the UK’s leading hubs of culture, commerce, research and academia. The city has much to offer for businesses and inhabitants alike, due to its attractive property prices combined with its lively big city feel. Glasgow is one of the best shopping destinations in the UK, with luxury retail, niche-independent stores, and all the hight street names. Renowned for its Victorian and art deco architecture, Glasgow boasts national institutions such as the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, and the National Theatre of Scotland amongst its many cultural attractions.
One of the UK’s fastest-growing tech investment hubs, Glasgow is home to tech firms that have recently attracted £43 million in venture capital investment. Alongside technology, media, finance, and academia are all major employment sectors in the city, due in part to investment in the city’s innovation district around Queen Street Station. There is also a wealth of local talent available due to the five universities in the city, including the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian, and the University of Strathclyde.
How Can We Help?
Our free to use service can help you find a flexible option to meet the needs of your business both now and into the future. With half a century’s experience in the Glasgow property market, CBRE have strong relationships with both landlord and coworking operators, making us ideally placed to find the coworking or serviced office solution that’s right for you, enabling you to move quickly and avoid the lengthy commitments of a lease. Get in touch with our specialist Flex Office to team to begin your search.
Transport in Glasgow
- Glasgow has two international airports – Glasgow and Prestwick – serving domestic and international flights and flying to over 100 destinations in Europe and the USA
- The city itself is served by two overground stations in the city centre. Glasgow Central for services to London, Manchester, Birmingham, and other destinations to the south of Glasgow and England, and Queen’s Street which runs services to Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, and Inverness
- Glasgow has a cheap and efficient underground metro system – the subway – which makes it easy to travel quickly around the city centre and west end
- There is an extensive bus network across the city and the Clyde Fastlink bus transit system.
- Edinburgh is just 45 minutes along the M8