A national chain is set to open a new shop at Kingsway West Retail Park in Dundee.
Construction work is almost complete on a stylish retail unit at the park that will host a Sofaworks store which is expected to open on May 28.
The new development is set to bring in 13 new jobs to the city.
The unit has taken the place of the former Pagazzi lighting unit which stood on the same site but was demolished last year.
A Sofaworks spokeswoman said: “Kingsway West is a well-established, well-located retail park.
“It also has a good mix of other retailers and is Dundee’s premier retail park.
“The new unit, which was specifically designed for Sofaworks, includes extensive full height glazing and feature brickwork and boasts 20,000 sq ft across two floors.
“The new store complements two existing stores in Paisley and Edinburgh and further increases Sofaworks’ presence in Scotland.”
The new shop comes at a time when Dundee is preparing to welcome one of its biggest-ever retail investments, in the form of a £5 million Sports Direct store and gym at the nearby Stack Leisure Park in Lochee.
The development will be the first of its kind in Scotland.
Aldi has also recently announced the opening of a new supermarket at the Myrekirk end of the Kingsway, alongside the Asda store that was built there in 2013.
However, the city has also taken a hit to its some of its retail offerings in recent months.
B&Q closed its store at Kingsway East Retail Park earlier this year.
Kingsway West Retail Park is already home to a wide range of national brands including Halfords, Toys R Us, and PC World/Currys.
It also houses a number of fast food outlets and a Tesco supermarket.
The Sofaworks brand is owned by the Tyldesley family and was founded in 1974 under the name CSL Sofas.
The chain starred in the TV show Mary Portas: Secret Shopper while it was still operating with its old name.