The completion of a controversial Waterfront office block has been delayed because of issues connecting to the water mains.
I regularly walk or run along the promenade past the two bridges over the Tay, the V&A and City Quay.
An Edinburgh councillor says a regeneration project in his city can "surpass the regeneration of Dundee's Waterfront."
Council bosses have finally put out a tender to bring free wifi to the city centre but visitors will not be able to log on until March next year at the earliest.
Plans to delicately move Kengo Kuma’s wooden pavilion out of Slessor Gardens are in pieces – after demolition workers were spotted lobbing it into a skip.
Dundee’s Waterfront will be the official starting point for the first stage of a brand new women’s cycling tour event.
Units at Dundee’s new railway station entrance may still be sitting empty six months after it opened because occupants have been ordered to pay a living wage, it has been suggested.
V&A Dundee will welcome the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow to the museum this summer.
The growing fallout from the collapse of McGill has impacted the construction of a major building at Dundee’s Central Waterfront.
The owner of the prominent Dundee One office block plans to spend £600,000 transforming a floor of the Waterfront building into serviced offices.
More plans have been submitted for the proposed cafe at Slessor Gardens.
One of the masterminds behind Copenhagen’s urban regeneration has lambasted Dundee’s Waterfront project.
Dundee City Council is considering handing the exclusive rights to live gigs in Slessor Gardens to the Liz Hobbs Group, the Tele can reveal.
Yet another Waterfront project has taken a fresh step forward with plans for a consultation on Site 17 in March.
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.
The first office and retail space in the controversial Site 6 development in Dundee has gone on the rental market.
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.