An empty office building in the West End of Aberdeen could be transformed into 10 flats after its owners failed to secure any interest from businesses in need of new space.
Urgent repairs are under way after a heavy slab of stone became dislodged from above a shopfront and crashed onto Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare.
Scottish high streets are not fit-for-purpose for modern-day retailing, according to Scottish property company Ryden.
Another 24-hour gym is on its way to Aberdeen after Ryden leased a 6,000sq ft property in an off-market deal to Snap Fitness.
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.
The Capitol building in Aberdeen has been named as the best new office development outside central London.
One of the flagship new office developments in Aberdeen city centre is more than 85% let, defying fears that finding tenants in a local economic downturn would be a major challenge.
Property developer Muir Group has submitted a planning application for three more industrial units at its flagship Aberdeen Gateway business park.
Plans to build a care home as part of a multimillion-pound redevelopment of an old mart site have been scrapped amid flooding fears.
A Royal Deeside hotel which has been run by the same family for more than half a century is back on the market at a greatly reduced price from when it went up for sale more than four years ago.
Scottish property firm Ryden hailed a “remarkably steady” performance in a changing and uncertain political landscape as it reported annual results yesterday.
Aberdeen’s office market is suffering a timing mismatch as high quality new space becomes available in advance of an expected pick-up in the oil and gas industry, a property expert said yesterday.
Work could begin on transforming a barren stretch of land in a Moray town as early as next year.
Aberdeen has continued to suffer a slump in demand for new office space just as supply soars to its highest level in years, new figures show.
The wraps are about to come off one of the biggest developments seen in Aberdeen’s Union Street for years.
Property agent Ryden suffered a fall in profits and turnover in the year to April 30 as the oil and gas downturn hit markets in the north-east.
Bleaker times for the Aberdeen market and much-needed regeneration in Inverness form part of a mixed bag in the fortunes of Scotland’s commercial property sector, according to Ryden.
A new masterplan for Aberdeen aims to breathe new life into the heart of the city. John Findlay, planning partner in the Granite City office of property firm Ryden considers its chances of success
A popular north-east restaurant is to reopen under new ownership.
Strong occupational and investor demand in Aberdeen has helped property firm Ryden to a big jump in turnover and profits.
The previously buoyant office market in Aberdeen is in a slump amid fears over oil prices and North Sea operators trying to slash costs Ryden says in its latest Scottish commercial property review.
A major office development in the heart of Aberdeen is on track to be completed before winter sets in.
Plans to create a "thriving" new business community in Aberdeen have been approved by the city council.
Property advisor Ryden has announced a string of promotions, including Inverness office boss Charlie Lawrence being made a partner.
A flurry of activity in the pub sector in Scotland has seen property consultant Ryden sell a string of pubs across the country.