A new concept in rental living that prioritises health and wellness is coming soon to Glasgow.

Developer and operator Moda Living champions a futuristic version of a build-to-rent property, one that is chock full of amenities to help you thrive.

Glaswegians will be able to 'live the Moda life' when Holland Park opens in the former Strathclyde police headquarters on Pitt Street later this year.

Holland Park is part of a series of new developments popping up around Glasgow as part of a long-term strategy to increase the city centre population to 40,000 by 2030

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The new development will bring 433 new flats to the city centre and is expected to be home to almost 1,000 people.

The site will have a mix of studios and one, two and three-bedroom apartments that range from either six to 22 storeys in height across four buildings.

The real draw of Moda comes from all of the amenities for residents, so many that you could happily never leave the complex.

Residents will have access to a 24/7 gym and fitness centre, private dining room, cinema and games room, 'sky' lounge with views over Glasgow, roof terraces with green spaces and bbq areas, and eventually a host of cafes and shops.

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Pets are welcome, there are no deposits, and everything is managed neatly within the MyModa app.

We were invited to check out the first building of its kind in Scotland at the Moda McEwan, located in the Fountainbridge area of Edinburgh.

The buildings are undeniably beautiful and feel more like a hotel than a rental accommodation.

"Moda spaces and services are designed to support a wellness-focused lifestyle that helps our communities live their happiest, healthiest lives," claims the company.

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Common in North America already, this genre of lifestyle-focused rental living caters to the modern desire to have efficiency woven into every aspect of daily life.

Further to the amenities, the apartments are kitted out with Samsung electronics and appliances, free broadband is included, and smart sensors are installed to help residents 'live their most sustainable lives'.

Services include a 24/7 onsite team of staff, brand partnerships, and an exclusive partnership with Lloyds pharmacy that allows residents to access digital GP appointments for around £14.99 per month.

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Living the Moda life does come at a cost. In Glasgow, studios will start at £975, one-beds at £1,300, and two-beds at £1,700 per month.

A spokesperson for Moda said: "Home.com puts the average property rent for a home in Glasgow at £1,453 so these combined with the added value services and amenities represents a solid offering for the Glasgow rental market."

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