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December 11 2017

Dundee waterfront set for further growth
Dundee’s fast-evolving waterfront is set for further transformation ahead of completion of a Tayforth Properties quayside office development by the end of the year.

Water’s Edge will see a historic transit shed converted to form bespoke business units complete with co-working spaces, seven meeting rooms and what will become the city’s largest restaurant and cafe.

Tayforth co-owner Chris van der Kuyl, said: “We currently have an office at City Quay which we really like. But Paddy and I decided we wanted something a little bit bigger, maybe a little bit cooler and even closer to the waterfront.

“When we bought Shed 25 it was literally a hole in the ground with half a roof. But thanks to our great friends and partners at Nicoll Russell Studios we’ve come up with this amazing concept.”

Individual open plan offices will have a capacity of up to 50 people with original features retained to maintain a connection to the buildings industrial past.
Completion is pencilled in for the end of the year
Completion is pencilled in for the end of the year
Open plan layouts seek to foster creative collaboration
Open plan layouts seek to foster creative collaboration

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