The Capitol office building in Union Street, Aberdeen, has been recognised as one of the best workplaces in Scotland.
Commercial property developer Knight Property Group and M&G Real Estate, one of the UK‘s largest property investors, have announced a second tenant is to take occupancy at The Capitol in Aberdeen.
PwC, one of the global giants in professional services, move their 120 strong team from Albyn Place to the top floor of The Capitol office development this month. The Grade A building offers a 1930’s art deco inspired entrance, marble and granite finishes throughout, 10,000 sq. foot column free office space and spectacular views of […]
Flapper girls don’t get many mentions in the commercial property pages, but they were most certainly one of the highlights of the grand re-opening of a 1930s Art Deco-style cinema and theatre in Aberdeen.
Knight Property Group and M&G Real Estate have netted the first tenant for the redevelopment of the £30m Capitol Building in Aberdeen.
From a cinema, to a theatre and latterly a bar and night club but what does the future hold for the Capitol?
Aberdeen’s Capitol cinema has been given a second lease of life as 72,600sq/ft of office accommodation following a £30m redevelopment spearheaded by Keppie Design, M&G and Knight Property Group.
Knight Property Group and M&G Real Estate celebrated the completion of The Capitol at their grand opening of the building on Thursday the 21st of April. Greeting their guests with a red carpet, the team created one last cinematic experience before the building begins operating as an office.
The spirit of a historic theatre has been kept alive during its transformation into offices.
Those entering The Capitol on Aberdeen’s Union Street will recognise some of its 1930s period features
The wraps are about to come off one of the biggest developments seen in Aberdeen’s Union Street for years.
Knight Property’s £30million transformation of a historic cinema into modern new office space in the heart of the Granite City is almost complete.
And in just a few weeks, protective covers will be removed from the front of the building and passers-by will get their first look at the results.