Mackie's 19.2 at Marischal Square has gone digital inviting you for a look inside on Google Maps.
It has been a year this month since Andy Scott’s iconic statue of a leopard - “Poised” - was unveiled in Aberdeen’s Marischal Square.
For the first time in almost 50 years today’s The Press and Journal has been produced from offices in the heart of Aberdeen.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced it will take up more than 7,000sq ft in the Marischal Square development.
The UK Government has pledged to help attract global investment for Aberdeen’s £150 million Queen’s Square project.
The NHS and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have submitted proposals to take on offices in Aberdeen’s Marischal Square development.
City centre retailers are celebrating the reopening of a major street after enduring months of losses.
Aberdeen Journals has confirmed it will move back into the city centre later this year.
A new Aberdeen bar will welcome its first customers tomorrow.
A new bar and restaurant will open its doors to the public in Aberdeen next month.
The Marischal Square development in Aberdeen was a “key contributor” to a 9% surge in 2017 revenue at Morgan Sindall, the construction group said yesterday.
One of the world’s largest hotel operators is confident its new operation in the heart of Aberdeen will thrive as the local economy emerges from its recent downturn.
A north-east ice-cream manufacturer is hoping to bring a sweet taste to Aberdeen’s new Marischal Square development - with the opening of its first parlour.
The latest prestigious city centre office development in Aberdeen has received its project completion certificate.
A 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s historic Provost Skene's House which was left propped up against a wall during reconstruction work has once again been given pride of place.
Aberdonians were ‘poised’ with their cameras yesterday as part of a £107million Marischal Square development was opened to the public to showcase the new sculpture by Falkirk Kelpies creator Andy Scott.
A glut of available office and industrial space in Aberdeen means there will be plenty of room for businesses to expand when the north-east economy eventually recovers, experts said yesterday.
It isn’t often the case a public artwork generates so many positive headlines - before it has officially opened to the public.
A new “major” piece of public art in the city-centre Marischal Square development was teased by the developers.
Developers behind the contentious Marischal Square scheme in Aberdeen have claimed the major construction project has already generated tens of millions of pounds for the local economy.
Half-year figures from international property specialist Savills reveal a huge jump in office space take-up in and around Aberdeen.
Developers are seeking to drop a requirement that at least half the ground floor of a major city centre development is taken up by shops.
A north-east ice cream business has given people a first glimpse of how its new store in Aberdeen city centre will look.
Work was halted on a multi-million pound Aberdeen office and retail development after concerns were raised about health and safety.
Aberdeen's ruling Labour group have vowed to build new care homes, thousands of houses and pump £10million into repairing pot holes - and bid for a second city deal to help pay for it.
Work was stopped on the multimillion-pound Marischal Square development yesterday after a worker was injured in an industrial accident on the site.
More than 1,000 people have given their views on which iconic north-east residents should be honoured in a new "hall of heroes" in one of the city's most historic buildings.
A north-east ice cream magnate has described his plans to expand his empire by creating his first ever sit-in parlour – some 105 years after his firm was founded.
Work on the multimillion-pound Marischal Square project in Aberdeen reached its highest point yesterday.
One of Aberdeen's busiest days has re-opened two days earlier than expected after a tower crane was removed.
Developers have given assurances that no damage is being done to a historic Aberdeen building after critics questioned the impact of building works.
City council chiefs will today unveil their multimillion-pound plans to transform Aberdeen's historic Broad Street.