18 Oct 2018
New Glasgow-based property management company BOHO is set to open its first property in the city along the Clydeside next September.
BOHO has been set up by property-developer Structured House Group (shg) to manage its portfolio of properties including student, hotel and residential developments.
Its flagship development is Scotway House, a purpose-built student accommodation next to the Riverside Museum along Glasgow’s historic harbour and the former site of Meadowside Shipyard office.
will manage and run the building which will house around 400 students when it opens its doors in September 2019. A first glimpse inside the modern, tech-savvy and character-filled property has been released today with CGI images of what students can expect as it launches its booking service for academic year 2019.
Craig Inglis, CEO of , said: “It is important to us that we not only build but manage the properties we develop. Scotway House will be home to the next generation of changemakers along the Clydeside and we want our residents to have a great experience, to socialise, and to thrive in the city. BOHO, our in-house property management arm, will ensure we can create the communities we wish to build, get to know our neighbours, and look after our residents.”
BOHO is working with award-winning KKA Interior on the interior design of a three-storey dedicated study and socialising space within the property. Scotway House will also offer residents spacious rooms (15-51m2) with superfast wi-fi throughout, River Clyde views, a roof terrace, cinema, gym, group and private study pods, courtyard garden, group cooking, dining area and TV/gaming area.
Christine Young, BOHO Operations Director, said “We want Scotway House to have personality and to be a place where everyone feels at home. With the best study and social spaces and most up-to-date technology, our residents can get together to study, cook, eat, socialise or just relax in this stunning building. We’re looking forward to opening our doors in September 2019 and welcoming people to our thriving city.”
Scotway House will open for the new academic year beginning September 2019.