A first look at 342 apartments at Glasgow Harbour will be unveiled at a special event tomorrow.

Dandara Living has completed its new Granary Quay development of contemporary build-to-rent homes as part of a wider plan to regenerate the city's waterfront area.

Now the public is invited to see them with an 'open house' preview event at the site. 

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Taking place on Thursday, July 11 from 1pm to 8pm, the event will provide an exclusive first look at the brand new living spaces.

The development offers 342 homes consisting of studios, and one and two-bedroom apartments, many with waterfront views.

They come furnished or unfurnished and the facilities on-site include a gym, fitness studio and communal areas.

(Image: Dandara Living)

(Image: Dandara Living)

A dedicated onsite team will be dealing with maintenance queries and organising a programme of social events and activities.

In doing this, the team wants to use an 'all-inclusive' approach to create a community feel within the development and ensure that residents have everything they need.

Guests at the Open House will have the opportunity to explore the development including the three show apartments with the onsite operations team available on hand to answer any questions. 

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Hannah Currie, general manager at Granary Quay, said:  “It’s exciting to be hosting our first Open Day here at Granary Quay.

"Our mission is to create a vibrant community where residents can build meaningful connections and enjoy stylish living spaces.

"We have seen a huge number of enquiries already and the building is letting up faster than we had originally envisaged – testament to the quality of our apartments and amenity spaces provided.

"We look forward to meeting guests at our Open House on Thursday and introducing them to all that Granary Quay has to offer."

(Image: Dandara Living)

Last year, we reported that a ceremonial tree planting had taken place at the site, named Granary Quay because it used to be a grain warehouse, 

Lord Provost Jacqueline McLaren said it was a "great example of the continuing investment in Glasgow’s waterfront" and encouraged the growth of a new community around the River Clyde. 

The development is located at Granary Quay, Glasgow Harbour Terraces, Glasgow G11 6FB.