Aberdeen’s Marischal Square plans go on public display
April 4 2014£107m redevelopment of Aberdeen’s St Nicholas House area as part of a public consultation.
Demolition work is still ongoing at the site which has been earmarked for 175,000sq/ft of office space, a civic square, four star hotel and restaurants, all finished in granite and glass to designs by Halliday Fraser Munro.
Muse's regional director for Scotland, Steve Turner, said: "The Marischal Square proposal fulfils the vision of the city's Bon Accord master plan by providing a new civic square, creating a fitting setting for Marischal College, as well as delivering a vibrant new mixed-use development…”
"We will be replacing the former St Nicholas House building with new office and commercial buildings that will respect the city's granite history and be no more than seven storeys high…”
Anyone interested in viewing the plans in person is invited to attend an exhibition at Aberdeen Art Gallery today and tomorrow and thereafter at the reception of Marischal College reception through to 17 April.
With full funding secured from Aviva Investors a planning application will be lodged later this month with completion pencilled in for 2017.
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