Our exciting NorthBridge development is so much more than a place to call home. It connects seamlessly with the city and amenities around it. Making it instantly feel like a part of the modern and cosmopolitan Glasgow landscape.
The planned garden footbridge will link the relaxing promenades with the City. And not only will this iconic bridge become a new landmark, it will provide easy access by foot or bike to the heart of Glasgow.
With everything the City has to offer, so quick to get to, life at our unique NorthBridge development means you can enjoy relaxed suburban living and vibrant city life. Amazing shopping, nightlife, arts, cultures and attractions for all the family - there’s always something to do in Glasgow. But NorthBridge is also perfectly placed for the day-to-day essentials. There will be a selection of stores within the development. Plus, there’s a great choice of supermarkets and retailers in the area at the St Rollox retail park off Springburn Road.
Designed from the ground up, to promote a healthy lifestyle, there are lots of parks and green open spaces to enjoy. The popular Alexandra Park is nearby and has children’s parks, an outdoor gym, a mountain bike course, nine-hole golf course and café.
A new Cycle Masterplan for the area is also underway. With the new Civic Square as its centre point, miles of new cycle lanes will expand the existing routes and create a modern and safe routes to the city and beyond.
The masterplan behind NorthBridge and the wider development of the area is to create a place for generations to come to be proud of. And at the heart of this philosophy will be the new community campus. St. Kevin’s and St. Stephen’s Primary School will move into and share this brand new, purpose built campus. The campus will include shared indoor and outdoor sports facilities, plus a new early year’s facility and youth club will also be part of this fantastic campus.
This great location, North of the River Clyde and near the M8 means exploring the wider area is easy by car, or public transport.
If you love being out in the fresh air, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Seven Locks Wetlands Park, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and Pollok Country Park, are all close to home. Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park is also nearby and is well worth a visit. Whether you want to walk, cycle, watch the wildlife or simply watch the world go by, there’s so much to do here, you’ll never get bored.
Or if you fancy a change of scene, all the delights of Edinburgh are just an hour drive away. Even quicker by train.