City Property (Glasgow) LLP is delighted to confirm the recent sale of a 989 sq.m. office building at 31 Ardencraig Place, Castlemilk to national charity, Scottish Autism.

The two-storey building was sold on behalf of City Property Glasgow (Investments) LLP (CPGI) to Scottish Autism, which provides care and support to autistic individuals with complex needs. Scottish Autism plan to refurbish the building to deliver day opportunities for up to 28 adults and a dedicated space for a further 11 individuals on a community-based outreach basis, as well as creating new jobs within the new facility.

Speaking on behalf of City Property, Joanne McDowall, Senior Surveyor at City Property said:

“We are delighted to have concluded this sale on behalf of City Property Glasgow (Investments) LLP. Not only has the sale provided a positive contribution to Glasgow’s economic growth; but Scottish Autism’s exciting proposals for the building will provide much-needed support for autistic individuals within the local community for years to come”
“I’d like to thank the combined efforts of the teams at City Property, our legal advisors at Anderson Strathern LLP and Scottish Autism for their work on this transaction”

Scottish Autism Regional Manager, Marie Owens, commented:

"Scottish Autism are delighted with the new development in Castlemilk, this new service will provide a much needed, high quality, autism specific support service to the local autistic community. 
"As a charity committed to enabling autistic people to lead happy, healthy & fulfilling lives this new service will offer two different but complementary day opportunities for up to 28 autistic adults. 
"One of these services will be relocated from another site. The other will be a brand new, additional, innovative and much needed service within Glasgow focusing on transitions from children’s support to adult support."