A multi-let industrial building in Bridge of Don has changed hands as part of a £27 million deal.
The 55,036sq ft site on Broadfold Road is occupied by GS Hydro UK, Intermoor and DOF Subsea UK.
It forms part of a collection of Scottish industrial assets known as the Malt Portfolio, and has been sold by commercial property specialist Galbraith, together with MWM Property Consultants, to Manchester-based David Samuel Properties.
It is one of the largest industrial investment transactions in Scotland this year.
The other seven sites in the portfolio are in Ayr, Bathgate, Dunfermline (two), Dundee and Livingston (two).
The portfolio, totalling 409,000sq ft, has been built up over six years for clients of industrial specialist Cedarwood Asset Management.
Galbraith investment partner Jamie Thain said: “The portfolio captured the attention of investors from around the globe and demonstrates the continued strong demand for the industrial property sector.”
Galbraith and MWM Property Consultants have sold three other assets on behalf of Cedarwood in the past six months.