PwC, one of the global giants in professional services, move their 120 strong team from Albyn Place to the top floor of The Capitol office development this month. The Grade A building offers a 1930’s art deco inspired entrance, marble and granite finishes throughout, 10,000 sq. foot column free office space and spectacular views of […]
Steel nearing completion
Mechanical and Electrical works on-going
Pre-lets and long leases have kept Aberdeen buoyant when the oil price sinks, says Bob Serafini HAVE falling oil prices got real estate in Aberdeen over a barrel? The surprising answer, according to new research by property advisers Cushman & Wakefield, is no. The study argues that office rents have not fallen during three previous oil price slumps in 1998, 2001 and 2009, and will not do so this time round.
Curtain walling and cladding progressing
Joinery work has commenced
Mechanical and Electrical work on-going
Steel work progressing and the flooring is underway.
As work to restore one of Aberdeen’s most iconic buildings reaches its midway point, developers say everyone involved in the £30million project has had to “raise their game”.
Knight Property Group has announced the next phase in its landmark £35million development of The Capitol.
The 12-week demolition phase involves the removal of the rear auditorium section, latterly used as two nightclubs.
The original Compton organ from the Capitol Theatre, a venue that played host to the Rolling Stones in 1982 amongst a host of other famous acts.