The first Soho House in Scotland is expected to open in Glasgow next year.
Located just off George Square, the prestigious club will have various spaces for members to eat, drink and socialise across four floors, including a roof terrace.
Launched in London in 1995, Soho House has spread to 41 locations worldwide – making Glasgow lucky number 42.
For 2023, Every House membership for Soho House (which allows access to every Soho House location globally) is £2,750 per year for over-27s, and £1,300 a year for under-27s.
A ‘Local House’ membership for Glasgow will also be available, however pricing for this is yet to be confirmed.
A £2,200 membership is also available for those living in cities without a Soho House.
Ahead of Glasgow’s location opening next year, local creatives can apply for the Cities Without Houses membership – joining its community of local members and receiving access to events hosted by Soho House in the city.
The Cities Without Houses membership also includes access to all Soho Houses globally while travelling.
Soho House an Co CEO Andrew Carnie said: “From its renowned School of Art to its rich architectural heritage and the city’s lively music scene, Glasgow has a creative energy which makes it an exciting choice for our first Scottish location.
“Over the last year, we’ve been building a diverse and creative community of members in Glasgow with Cities Without Houses and can now confirm that we’re bringing a Soho House to the city.
“We couldn’t be more humbled by the warm reaction we’ve received so far.”
The redevelopment of the former Glasgow Parish Council Chambers and Collectors Hall forms part of the Love Loan urban regeneration project, which is taking shape in the city centre.
On Wednesday, Soho House is hosting an event to celebrate the location coming to Glasgow with Cities Without Houses members from Glasgow and Edinburgh on the roof of The Schoolhouse building in Glasgow’s southside.
The rooftop is home to the iconic Indestructible Language installation by artist Mary Ellen Carroll.
Commissioned for COP26 in 2021, the artwork consists of a series of eight-foot-high red neon characters which illuminate Glasgow’s skyline.