Aberdeen offices named after Olympic gold medallist

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A NEW four storey office development in Aberdeen will be known as Grainger House, taking its name from Scottish rower Kathleen Grainger.

The £5million development will be built on South Esplanade West, alongside the River Dee where Grainger trained.

The unoccupied former John Law frozen seafood factory will be demolished for the scheme to go ahead, which will create 20,800 square feet of office space able to accommodate 200 staff.

Mark Smith from the developer, Robertson, said: “2014 looks to be busy year for Aberdeen, a city which is already experiencing a mini-boom period.

“We are confident in the local market and see this site as the start of redevelopment of the South Dee quarter. We expect strong interest in this project and expect a range of companies to be interested in this opportunity.”

Kathleen Grainger, along with Anna Watkins, achived Gold in the Double Sculls event at London 2012.

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