The Commonwealth Games 2014 was a catalyst for investment in Dalmarnock and the wider east end of Glasgow.
The site is in the catchment area for two primary and two secondary schools; Dalmarnock Primary, Sacred Heart Primary, St Mungos Academy and Eastbank Academy.
Riverside Dalmarnock has excellent public transport links with Dalmarnock train station 6 minutes walk to the north plus bus stops outside with services to the City Centre, East Kilbride and Hamilton.
Dalmarnock Road (A749) is the primary arterial link north-south through Dalmarnock, connecting the East End Regeneration Route and M74.
The Clyde Walkway will be accessible from the development, providing a cycle and pedestrian route through Glasgow.
The area offers a wealth of cultural and active pursuits to suit all ages. You will find a number of Glasgow’s best attractions in the area from world-class venues such as the Emirates Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow Green and Celtic Park. Cuningar Woodlands Park can be accessed on foot via a pedestrian bridge in five minutes, providing an extensive path network and riverside boardwalk.
There are a wide selection of shops nearby, from the large Tesco Extra across the bridge, to smaller convenience stores, cafes and restaurants along Dalmarnock Road leading up to Bridgeton Cross. The Forge Retail Park and Shopping Centre is also just over a mile away.