Dundee embraces co-living revolution for £20m creative quarter
February 10 2016
Filling two blocks on one side of a new city square framed by the Malmaison Hotel, revamped railway station and V&A, the scheme will incorporate street facing ‘design, make and sell’ units with co-living rental homes stacked above.
These will offer occupants shared facilities such as shared dining areas, a cinema and gym as well as additional office space.
Our Enterprise chief executive Matthew Bell said: "We are a young, innovative development and regeneration company with a difference. We care about delivering projects with a social return and the highest levels of economic and environmental sustainability.
"Dundee’s vision for the waterfront is a perfect match for us and we are thrilled to bring our investment, energy and drive to this ground-breaking project."
The project is currently being drawn up by HTA Design.
#2 Posted by Neil on 11 Feb 2016 at 11:10 AM
Hipster urbanism comes to Dundee! Snarkiness at the graphic tropes aside, this actually looks pretty promising.
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Dundee truly is one of the most forward looking cities in the UK. Well done to the cooncil (never thought I'd say such a thing....).