Edinburgh Office Space Location Data:
Edinburgh is divided into several districts: the Old Town, the New Town, South Side and Leith. The City is bounded by the Pentland Hills to the south and the Firth of Forth to the north and is famous for the annual Edinburgh Festival and the New Year Hogmanay event which was originally just a street party held on Princes Street and the Royal Mile, but is now a world famous event in its own right.
Edinburgh Office spaces are available in various styles that range from large, multi-thousand square feet, open-plan office space which is taken without any additional commercial facilities, to the highly flexible, executive suites and serviced offices in corporate Edinburgh business centres. Offices in Edinburgh can be rented on a wide directory of terms which include outright sale, long term leasing / sublease / sublet agreements and the very flexible rent terms of the serviced, semi-serviced and managed Edinburgh office spaces. Many company directors and business management teams have been attracted by this level of choice and have selected Edinburgh as their corporate headquarters ( hq ).
The majority of serviced offices available in Edinburgh are supplied fully decorated and are fully furnished with high quality executive furniture such as chairs and desks. Many have broadband connections and telecoms systems pre-installed via cat 5 cabling and most telecoms and broadband services are usually installed and managed by an onsite I.T. support team. Most Edinburgh business centres have at least one executive meeting room suite available for ad hoc requirements and can be rented by tenants at flexible preferential rates and the majority of Edinburgh serviced office business centres have multiple meeting room suites. Additional business / commerce facilities and services inc a receptionist service that is managed by professional reception staff with additional secretary and admin services also available, property security facilities such as security keys, security guards and cctv systems all managed by an onsite property management team.
Transport to and from Edinburgh is fantastic with easy connection to the M8 and M9 motorways and the Forth Bridge between Queensferry and Rosyth links to the M90 whilst Edinburgh Airport provides excellent international connections and a convenient place for a visiting director, executive or colleague to land. Edinburgh Waverley Station is the main rail transport hub that serves the city and offers connections directly to London King’s Cross. Haymarket railway station is also an important commuter stop and lies just to the west of Edinburgh city centre. Edinburgh Park station serves the business estate adjacent to it and the headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland in nearby Gogarburn whilst the Edinburgh Crossrail service connects Edinburgh Park station, Waverley station and Haymarket station along with the suburban railway stations of Newcraighall and Brunstane in locations east of the city. Alongside the rail and air transport facilities, bus services run throughout the city and further afield from the Edinburgh Bus Station located just off St Andrew's Square.
Edinburgh is also re-introducing a tram system and it will start by running from Edinburgh Airport in the west of the city, via Edinburgh city centre and then down Leith Walk to Ocean Terminal and Newhaven. Future plans will see trams running from Haymarket through Craigleith and Ravelston to Granton on the waterfront and a line running the length of Edinburgh waterfront and one going west from Edinburgh Airport on to Newbridge and Ratho.
Commercial real estate in Edinburgh is also popular due to the many popular retail stores and attractions on offer in the city such as Edinburgh Castle which is known throughout the world, the National Library of Scotland which offers millions of books, maps and manuscripts covering every subject, St. Giles' Cathedral located on the Royal Mile With its famed crown spire, the Edinburgh Vaults which are a favourite with ghost hunters, the National War Museum of Scotland which can be found in Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Museum which can be found on Chambers Street, the very popular Museum of Childhood, the picturesque Princes Street Gardens, the beautiful Victorian building of The Royal Lyceum Theatre and the many popular shows and plays held at the King's Theatre, the popular Edinburgh Festival Theatre, the Edinburgh Playhouse at 18-22 Greenside Place and the redeveloped Usher Hall.
Edinburgh also hosts many large concerts at both Murrayfield and Meadowbank stadiums whilst the National Gallery of Scotland on the Mound holds regular exhibitions of painting. Edinburgh has two main football teams: Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian who play at Tynecastle Stadium in Gorgie and Easter Road Stadium respectively. Edinburgh Zoo (Located in Corstorphine)is also a favourite with tourists who also take advantage of the park and ride sites on the edge of Edinburgh at locations in Sheriffhall, Ingliston, Riccarton, Inverkeithing in Fife, Newcraighall and Straiton. Healthcare in Edinburgh is also good as Edinburgh also has a number of hospitals inc the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, the Western General Hospital, The Royal Edinburgh Hospital and the private Murrayfield Hospital.
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