Water’s Edge developer Tayforth Properties Ltd. has become the 550th member of Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce (DACC).
Managing Director Stewart Clark received a certificate to mark the milestone moment after showing DACC Chief Executive Alison Henderson around the state-of-the-art commercial office development which is currently being built by Tayforth overlooking Dundee’s City Quay marina.
Situated on the historic Shed 25 site between Camperdown Dock and Victoria Dock, Water’s Edge has been conceived as a catalyst to inspire, connect and energise 21st Century business innovators, entrepreneurs and freelancers.
Tayforth Properties Ltd., which is owned by Chris van der Kuyl and Paddy Burns (founders of 4J Studios and developers of the Minecraft console editions), and operated by Managing Director Stewart Clark, is working with Dundee-based architects Nicoll Russell Studios Ltd. and contractors Lyon Building Services to deliver the project in 2017.
Alison Henderson said: “Tayforth Properties Ltd. are a key part of Dundee’s ambitious waterfront regeneration and I am delighted to welcome them into Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce.
“It was great to get an exclusive tour of Water’s Edge and hear more about the concept behind this impressive business development.
“I am certain that it will have great appeal to entrepreneurs, freelancers, nonprofits, and businesses large and small looking for the flexibility, resources and inspiration they need to create success.”
Stewart Clark added: “Tayforth Properties is excited to be creating this incredible business space and believe it will be a unique asset to the city of Dundee and beyond.
“The whole concept of Water’s Edge is focussed on nurturing creative thinking, encouraging collaboration and ultimately enhancing productivity, by combining historic detail with modern aesthetic and cutting-edge technology.
“Water’s Edge will also offer Dundee’s most impressive co-working space complete with state-of-the-art amenities.”
Original features have been retained and incorporated into the development which boasts specification of the highest quality, including ultra-fast broadband and temperature control.
From offices with capacity for 50 people through to individual co-working desks – open-plan, flexible workspace is at the heart of Water’s Edge.
The co-working concept is popular with entrepreneurs looking for creative collaboration and larger companies needing a satellite office or temporary space between moves or renovations. It is also viewed as an alternative to working from home or leasing office space.
What will ultimately become Dundee’s largest restaurant and café, with inspiring views overlooking the water, will complete the development.
Businesses who are interested in finding out more about Water’s Edge should contact Stewart Clark on 07782 637 420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org