The subjects form part of the ground floor of a substantial building primarily occupied by Primark. The unit has an excellent frontage to Union Street.
The unit has been refurbished and is ready for occupation, a single WC and a tea prep area having been installed by the landlord.
The premises have been used for many years for retail purposes, most recently by Edinburgh Woollen Mill.
The property comprises a number of single storey, stone built structures under pitched slate roofs. Internally the property is finished to a basic standard with rendered stone walls and a concrete floor. Two of the buildings are utilised for sales purposes, with the rear building being used for storage and staff accommodation.
The property occupies a site area of approximately 0.3 acres with ample car parking to the front, side and rear of the premises, included within the demise.
The subject property is located on the east side of George Street, in the heart of the Centre, benefitting from high levels of pedestrian footfall. Nearby retailers include Boots, Kidzeco, WH Smith and British Heart Foundation.
The development comprises a purpose built single storey mixed use commercial parade consisting of 6 individual units anchored by a 4,240 sq ft Tesco Express convenience store and benefits from 22 dedicated car parking spaces. The subjects share access with the Lasswade Centre directly off Rosewell Road, complementing the existing neighbourhood centre and which will enjoy the synergy created from close proximity to this vibrant community facility.
Part of a larger mixed use development of over 120,000 sq ft including an hotel, office and Rose Street restaurants.
The retail space will be let as a single flagship store extending to between 23,000 and 51,236 sq ft over Ground & First Floor levels or Ground, First Floor and Basement levels.
The basement can be accessed separately from Rose Street to create a major 20,000 sq ft leisure destination in the heart of Edinburgh City Centre.
Sports, leisure & retail development.
The commercial units form part of a larger scheme for the redevelopment of the sports facilities at Raeburn Place.
There are up to nine commercial units varying in size between 2,016 square feet up to 5,000 square feet, subject to agreement of layouts and configuration of the respective units.
Units 6, 7 & 8 pre-let to M&S Simply Food.
Four other units under offer
Only 2 units remaining
The desire is to create a healthy mix of commercial, retail and leisure uses which will compliment the sports facilities, function suite and rugby museum which comprise...
The property benefits from a convenient location which is only a 6 minute walk from Waverley Railway Station, and is easily accessible by bus. There are also a number of high quality occupiers nearby, including Sainsbury’s, Costa, Greggs, Subway, Shoe Zone, Sally Beauty and fine dining restaurant Mono.
The unit occupies the ground floor and basement levels of a traditional stone built tenement building.
Forrest Road is situated in Edinburgh’s Historic Old Town and benefits from a high amount of footfall due to its close proximity to The University of Edinburgh, Royal Mile and Grassmarket.
The street is a busy thoroughfare connecting the Teviot Place / Lauriston Place junction with Greyfriars Place leading towards the Grassmarket and George IV Bridge. It is approximately 1 mile south east of Princes Street and the city centre.
Edinburgh University is the principle occupier within the immediate vicinity of the property. Also nearby is the Quartermile development comprising of high end apartm...
The property is situated within a modern retail parade on the north side of Dalry Road, with residential above and a strong mix of surrounding commercial occupiers including Cash Generator, British Heart Foundation, Cats Protection, Co-op and Domino’s.
The subjects present a triple fronted unit forming part of the main prime pitch to the east of the street which houses a number of retail and F&B operators. The unit is currently interconnected to provide a single occupancy option which currently houses Argos.
Our clients do have plans to look at a potential sub-division of this space. The most likely and possible layout involves a double unit at ground floor with a single unit available for re-let as well. Further sub-division options are available and details can be obtained by contacting the letting agents.
Prominent roadside unit
Suitable for a variety of uses within Class 1, 2, 3 & 4
Available May 2020
The development is situated on the east side of the street with surrounding retailers including Di Giorgio, Napier Bathrooms, Gayfield Design, Edina Lock & Key and Orchard Bar Restaurant.
The subjects provide an L-shaped Class 1 retail unit arranged over ground and basement floors (see plans).
We have been verbally advised by the Local Planning Authority that the subjects currently benefit from Class 3 (Food & Drink) consent. Interested parties are advised to speak directly to the Local Planning Authority.
The property comprises a mid terrace single storey building with timber pitched and tiled roof, with a large dedicated car park located to the rear which is marked out to accommodate 48 customer car parking spaces.
The property comprises an end terrace single storey building with timber pitched and tiled roof, with a large dedicated car park located to the rear which is marked out to accommodate 48 customer car parking spaces.
The property is arranged over the ground floor only and extends to an approximate Gross Internal Area of 8,381 sq ft (778.61 sq m). The unit benefits from excellent natural daylight courtesy of roof lights and an extensive glazed frontage. The unit is fully fitted and includes staff areas, kitchen, WC and a small internal car park.
The units to be created will adjoin the Tesco supermarket, together with associated petrol filling station. It is proposed to create 4 retail units each extending to 2,691 sq ft gross - please note there is flexibility in the unit sizes. These retail units will be located to the immediate southern elevation of the Tesco supermarket and will flank the north side of a public square.
In addition, it is proposed to create a GP surgery (subject to demand) to the west side of the public square. To the east there is the potential to erect a community building.
The site itself is located on a prominent roadside setting on School Lane to the immeddiate east of Leven’s High Street/Durie Street directly north of Lidl. Neighbouring occupiers on Durie Street and the High Street include Leven Library, Greggs, Baynes the Bakers, Specsavers, Iceland Frozen Foods, Superdrug, Farmfoods, Semi-chem and various other national and local retailers. The site is located to the immediate north of Lidl on School Lane, very close to its junction with Durie Street which is a continuation of the town’s High Street.
The subject property comprises a traditional detached building of stone construction arranged across three floors, with the upper floors occupied by Cullen Kilshaw. The ground floor comprises a banking hall, meeting rooms, staff room/kitchen and male & female toilet facilities. In addition there are 13 parking spaces to the rear of the property.
The Abbey Mill is exactly as described – a former corn mill for the Abbey brewery. It has for many years been used for retail purposes, most recently by Edinburgh Woollen Mill who traded under the Abbey Mill brand locally.
The property comprises a two storey former mill building with extension to the rear. It provides retail sales accommodation at ground floor over essentially one level with a change in levels towards the middle part of the retail area, together with ancillary staff and storage accommodation. There is a restaurant and public toilets located on the first floor which was op...