There may have been talk of a 39-storey skyscraper for Dundee sometime in the future but a new addition to the city skyline has sprung up much quicker.
The development of a Waterfront site has taken a step forward following the first of several public consultation events.
Developers behind ambitious plans for a skyscraper on the city’s Waterfront have revealed they are in talks with a “major international investor”.
Almost 60% of Tele readers have backed plans for a new skyscraper to be built on the Waterfront.
Last week, a vision was revealed for a 39-storey skyscraper at Dundee Waterfront, which – if built – would become Scotland’s tallest building, including a five-star hotel, conference centre and apartments.
A director of the company behind Dundee’s skyscraper proposals has said it can take inspiration from the V&A – because the museum was “fantasy” when it was first proposed.
Architects behind plans to build Scotland’s tallest building on Dundee’s Waterfront admitted they thought the plan was “bonkers” when they were first asked to draw up designs for the tower.
Proposals to bring a skyscraper to Dundee Waterfront have been given a warm reception from the public – but the council has warned that the project faces“important challenges”.
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Full details about the stunning proposals to bring the “Sydney Opera House” of Scotland to the banks of the Tay in Dundee can be revealed.
Stunning proposals to bring the “Sydney Opera House” of Scotland to the banks of the Tay in Dundee have been revealed by a local development company.