A prominent Glasgow building across Central Station has been sold.

The Forsyth Building, which houses Greggs, Burger King, Miller Samuel, Moray Group, Davies Group and Digitonic, was purchased for £9.7m in an off-market deal.

It is a B-listed landmark on the corner of Gordon Street and Renfield Street, with offices above the retail space.

The new owner of the site, historically known as Forsyth Department Store, is a London-based private investor.

The sale was completed on behalf of the Ambassador Group.

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Martyn Brown, director of real estate advisor CBRE, commented: “We’re pleased to confirm the off-market sale of this quality, mixed-use asset.

"With a strong tenant mix and a prime location, the sale offers the purchaser the potential to take advantage of multiple asset management opportunities.”

Chris Richardson, managing director of Ambassador Investments, added: “We’re delighted to be able to complete our asset management plan and sell this iconic piece of Glasgow architecture, which is now a thriving mixed-use building, to a buyer who we believe has the same passion for the asset and for Glasgow as we did.

"We undertook a significant refurbishment of the building during our ownership and worked hard to deliver a sustainable and accessible building with great tenants.”