The monthly cost of living in a new luxury build-to-rent property in Glasgow has been revealed.

Moda Holland Park is set to open later this year after transforming the former Strathclyde police headquarters on Pitt Street into 433 high-tech apartments.

Studios will start at £975, one-bedroom flats start at £1,300, and two-bedroom units will start at £1,700.

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

Residents at Holland Park have access to a laundry list of amenities that are included in the monthly charge.

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Some of the amenities include free wifi, co-working spaces, a 24/7 gym, a cinema room, private dining rooms, roof terraces, MyModa app, and a 24/7 onsite team of staff.

The spokesperson said: "The combined value of the additional services is just under £5,000 a year per resident, or £400 per month."

They added: "The rent figures at Moda neighbourhoods include much more than just the rent for your apartment; it incorporates access to all of the amenities, regular events,  onsite and digital services and brand partnerships and more.

"You’re not just renting a home, but a whole lifestyle."