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A range of serviced offices are available to let on great terms in this period building in Edinburgh. All offices come furnished or unfurnished depending on the tenants needs. The centre offers a wide range of facilities onsite, some of which include two large meeting rooms and a boardroom, private parking, bike racks and a ... Read More5 Request Information
Edinburgh Gyleview is situated in one of Scotland’s out of town business districts, the three storey building which is set within landscape grounds with ample car parking. The centre offers suites which vary in size and are available on fantastic license agreements and configurations to suit a business of any size. Clients will also have ... Read More2 Request Information
A modern building located in the heart of Leith which has recently undergone major regeneration. This Business Centre offers good quality serviced office space on flexible license agreements. Furnished office space is complemented by full reception facilities. ... Read More3 Request Information
Working in Edinburgh
Previously known for brewing, distilling, banking, publishing and printing, the city of Edinburgh’s economy is now based primarily on financial services, scientific research, higher education and tourism. RBS, Sainsbury’s Bank, Virgin Money and Tesco Bank all have headquarters in Edinburgh, with Scottish Widows and Standard Life also operating from the city. A number of large, multi-national office space providers have space to let in Edinburgh, but you can also find a good amount of independent office space providers who have set up more boutique workspaces in the city centre. Edinburgh’s central business district has seen some changes over recent years, including the pedestrianisation of Rose Street, refurbishment of the Scottish Parliament buildings on Holyrood Road, new multi-storey car parks and the introduction of high end shopping facilities such as Harvey Nichols. The Scotsman newspaper recently relocated its headquarters from Barclay House on Holyrood Road to Orchard Brae House on Queensferry Road, but still remains in the heart of the city. Offices on Queensferry Road are in a prime location, with large supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, banks and a Holiday Inn hotel all within easy walking distance. As with any major city, you will have no trouble finding an after work drinking spot, eatery or hotel – with plenty of five star iconic accommodations in the area. The Balmoral Hotel, The Chester Residence and The Waldorf Astoria are all located within the city, with many hotels offering conference and dining facilities perfect for businesses.
Day to Day
Scotland’s finest examples of dining and retail can be found in Edinburgh, with The Royal Mile at the heart of it all. An abundance of shopping opportunities can be found on the world famous streets that make up the bustling area of Edinburgh’s Old Town, along with Michelin star restaurants such as Paul Kitching’s 21212. Standing at the head of the Old Town, is Edinburgh Castle – a site occupied since the late Bronze Age that attracts millions of visitors and can be seen throughout the city. Every day at 1pm the aptly named “One o Clock Gun” is fired from the castle walls and the castle itself has become a recognisable, true symbol of the city. The annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe brings draws a huge amount of attention on the city and a vast number of visitors. It’s the world’s largest arts festival and sees three weeks of celebration, entertainment and artistic talent.
Edinburgh Trams have been in operation since May 2014 and connect many parts of the city centre, proving a popular alternative to taxis and buses. For those who do prefer bus travel, the city operates a fantastic service both within the centre and surrounding areas. Edinburgh Waverley Train Station is the second busiest station in Scotland and the UK’s second largest, boasting a beautiful façade and regular cross country trains, with the majority of Scotland’s departures and arrivals to and from London. For those requiring international travel, or with a number of overseas clients, Edinburgh Airport is based just a couple of miles to the West of the city centre and offers worldwide and domestic flights.
A period property, this business centre forms part of a row of Georgian town houses. The property has been fully refurbished to a high standard and offers fully serviced office space on flexible license agreements. Services available include high speed broadband, advanced phone systems, conference and meeting rooms on site as well as reception services ... Read More4 Request Information
This contemporary business centre offers its tenants fully serviced office suites to suit a business of any size on a short term licence agreement. The centre is situated in a prominent location within the Exchange District in Edinburgh. The centre boasts from the latest in technology and offers super-fast internet access and state of the ... Read More5 Request Information
A modern styled building operated by one of our award winning providers. This building benefits from excellent views of Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh City Centre. With offices furnished to an exceptionally high specification and easy in – easy out flexible agreements, additional services include full reception facilities, onsite parking. ... Read More6 Request Information
An impressive Grade A listed building in the heart of Edinburgh. Having been fully refurbished internally this Business Centre provides a modern environment for any business and also benefits from impressive reception and meeting room facilities. Services include 24 hour access and kitchen facilities. ... Read More4 Request Information
This contemporary office space has recently undergone a full refurbishment to a high standard but still retains many original features from the original building. Space is available from 105 sq ft and can accommodate single users or larger companies. Tenant can benefit from high speed broadband and WIFI, on site car parking and manned reception ... Read More5 Request Information
Sir Basil Spence designed this 1960s listed building in St Andrew Square, a prestigious address which is home to many of Scotland’s leading companies and financial institutions. With its top floor roof garden overlooking Edinburgh Castle and the Firth of Forth, these offices provide a central location in the heart of Edinburgh’s beautiful Georgian New ... Read More6 Request Information
Situated on one of Edinburgh’s premier business parks near to the RBS Headquarters, this contemporary building in South Gyle provides office space for incredible value. The centre’s excellent transport links allow for convenient connections to Scotland’s motorway network, Edinburgh Airport and to the famous Forth Road Bridge. ... Read More6 Request Information