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100 DUKE STREET, 1 AND 3 DUKE WYND, FORMER GREAT EASTERN HOTELLB33828

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 16/03/1993

Location

  • Local Authority: Glasgow
  • Planning Authority: Glasgow
  • Burgh: Glasgow

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NS 60269 65173
  • Coordinates: 260269, 665173

Description

Charles Wilson, 1848, as R F and J Alexander's Cotton Spinning Mill; subsequently converted, and opened 1909 as hotel for working men, with roller skating rink 200' long and laid with maple floor. Neil C Duff, architect. Original building plain Italian renaissance. Fireproof construction, with jack-arches, brick on lower floors, concrete on corrugated arched plates to upper floors. Massive symmetrical block, 6 storeys above sunken basement including (additional) attic storey (also to design of Duff) above main cornice; massive symmetrical front with shallow advanced 3-bay ends; emphasis at centre and neo-baroque doorcase by Duff. Painted ashlar with rusticated quoins and dressings to - mostly basket- arched - ground floor openings; minimal decoration above ground. Roof concealed from street.

Statement of Special Interest

Converted to flats with additional residential properties within the grounds 2009.

References

Bibliography

David Thomson's memoir of Wilson in Glasgow Philosophical Society, paper read 13th March 1882; Hume, 1974, G53; fig 8. Williamson, et al, Glasgow, 1990, p154.

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Listed Buildings

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