The Marischal Square development is identified as a key goal in working towards 'A Better Image for Aberdeen', with significant benefits to the regeneration of Aberdeen City Centre.
Aberdeen City Council has entered a unique partnership with Aviva Investors and Muse Development Ltd to undertake the development of Marischal Square.
The development started on site in January 2015 and aims to be completed by summer 2017. This follows the demolition of St Nicholas House which was completed in late autumn 2014.
The new development aims to create a 'successful, positive and useable public space' and regenerate the city centre.
The Marischal Square development includes:
- 173,500 sq ft of Grade 'A' office accommodation with associated car spaces;
- 26,500 sq ft if ground floor retail and restaurant space;
- 126-room Residence Inn by Marriott hotel;
- 14,500 sq ft of civic space in front of Provost Skene's House.
View the video below to see Muse Developments vision for the exciting business and leisure opportunities available;
A wide range of questions have been asked about the decision making process for the Marischal Square development. Please click on the link below to see your questions answered.
For further information please visit Marischal Square.
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