• Sixty7 is now complete
  • Detail of the reception
  • Sixty7 on Hope Street in Glasgow city centre's IFSD

Lead Partner: Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop, Architects

Project Team: Clark Contracts, Main Contractor; Henderson Warnock, Services Contractor; McLay Collier, Services Engineer; Rex Procter & Partners, Quantity Surveyor

Project History
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  • Copenhagen Building nearing completion
  • Copenhagen Building nearing completion
  • Sixty7 on Hope Street in Glasgow city centre's IFSD
  • Sixty7, formerly the Copenhagen Building
  • Sixty7 is now complete
  • Sixty7 on Hope Street in Glasgow city centre's IFSD


Glasgow City Centre, IFSD


Formerly known as The Copenhagen building, Sixty7 is a commercial property development in Glasgow International Financial Services District (IFSD).  The development involved connecting the refurbishment of two existing buildings to create 65,000 sq ft of high quality Grade A open plan office space in Glasgow City Centre.

The 1899 Grade B listed Daily Record building at 67 Hope Street, by Robert Thomson and Andrew Wilson will be linked with a 9 storey extension above 55 Hope Street, formerly a printing press room and more recently a nightclub.

Externally, the new build consists of high quality curtain walling to Hope Street at high level and structural glass to the 2 storey reception space at ground level.

Current status:



Completed February 2012.