Glasgow's Nike store is set to sport a 'brand-new' look as major transformation works begin.

The retailer is currently preparing to refurb its flagship store on the city's Buchanan Street.

GRAHAM - who is a leading contractor and interior fit-out specialist - will begin work to transform the 'iconic' shop over the summer.

The work will include the reconfiguration of the 1,275-metre shop which spans across two levels. 

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Full plans for the new store are yet to be revealed.

It comes after we reported the retailer has temporarily closed its Glasgow store until the end of the year.

The shop is set to reopen on the city's main shopping street in December 2024.

Previously, the sports brand submitted plans to transform its Scottish flagship store to bring a new shopping experience to customers.

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In total, three separate proposals were submitted to Glasgow City Council.

One was for displaying signage, another was for external alterations to the store, and the third was for internal and external alterations to the unit.

All of the planning applications were granted by the local authority on Friday, April 26, 2024.

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Carl Hudson, GRAHAM Interior Fit-Out Project Manager, said: “The transformation of Nike’s iconic Glasgow store represents a brilliant contract win for us.

"It is a testament to other work we have delivered in the retail sector and our team’s best-in-class approach.

"Nike is a world-leading brand, and we understand how important the in-store customer experience and journey is.”