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New City Centre Business Centre Opens

James Keillor

The new centre will offer suites of various sizes from a one person office up to 5,000 q ft. Rental is fully inclusive of utilities and service charge . Lease length is flexible. 

Telephony, business broadband and immediate entry can be provided. Allocated parking is available, depending on the floor area of the individual suite taken.

The centre is located close to t...

16th August 2011 | Read More

Marketgait Business Centre, Dundee

James Keillor

The new centre, situated within the iconic mill building at 152 West Marketgait (formerly occupied by Real Time world), provides, high quality and flexible office space.

Aimed at small and medium sized businesses, we can offer suites from 161 sq ft suitable for 2 people up to 696 sq ft, or multiples thereof. There is an additional office of 5,000 sq ft available.Flexible lease terms ...

1st August 2011 | Read More

Westport Luxury Serviced Apartments


Last month marked the beginning for another business in the prestigious West Marketgait development. Westport Luxury Serviced Apartments, an independent company with roots in Dundee, have now completed their eagerly anticipated development of 24 stylish and spacious serviced apartments. The development also includes the incredible Westport Penthouse, already considered to be the most luxurious ...

22nd July 2011 | Read More

Tesco Express opens at West Port


Tesco have opened a 4000 sq ft Express fronting Hawkhill within the newly completed West Port development.  Two further retail/leisure opportunities are now available for lease alongside this busy location...

22nd June 2010 | Read More

Dundee Casino Project Beats Recession


The Dundee businessman behind the new £11 million casino, retail and apartment complex in the city says the current financial climate is the “most challenging” he has ever faced in his career (writes David Clegg).
Bruce Linton, of James Keiller Estates, says the struggle to get funding for the project had caused him to take risks and use equity from within his...

22nd September 2009 | Read More

Duncan of Jordanstone degree show 2009


EXPLORING every labyrinthine corner of art colleges in a search for new talent is part and parcel of the degree show experience. Duncan of Jordanstone\'s complex of buildings is more than worthy of the term; it wouldn\'t surprise me if the place has its own minotaur lurking somewhere between the jewellery department and Time-based Art.

This year, though, the college has forsaken its labyr...

18th June 2009 | Read More

Inspiration of an empty building allows a fresh vision for art show


There must have been some secret cultural elixir injected into the waters of the Tay around the turn of this century, because the city of Dundee is currently fizzing with creative energy.

Much of this buzz is focused around a cultural axis that is to be found west of the city centre, near the city leg of the Tay Bridge.

As well as being the site of a proposed satellite of the V&...

18th June 2009 | Read More