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Edinburgh Building News 2018

Edinburgh Building News for 2018: Scottish architectural + construction updates - East of Scotland property developments - Edinburgh architecture news, key new Lothian buildings & architects info and images

  • Greenside office building Edinburgh

Greenside Edinburgh, Blenheim Place Building

Chris Stewart Group (CSG) has confirmed that the award-winning Greenside office building in the burgeoning east end of Edinburgh’s city centre, has been acquired by Leading Cities Invest (LCI), a real estate investment fund managed by Frankfurt-based KanAm Grund Group.

  • Stead’s Place Leith Walk development

Stead’s Place Leith Walk Property

A significant section of Leith Walk, Edinburgh is set to be transformed into a vibrant residential, student and visitor quarter following a major planning application submitted by Drum Property Group.

The Registers, St Andrew Square

Chris Stewart Group (CSG) pre-lets office space at 20 West Register Street, part of the award-winning property developer’s £85m regeneration project at ‘The Registers’ in Edinburgh’s city centre, to Baillie Gifford.

Edinburgh Architecture Walking Tours: Guides

Tour photos posted. Major contemporary buildings include the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh by EMBT/RMJM and the Museum of Scotland (extension) in Edinburgh by Benson + Forsyth. Famous architects with buildings in Scotland include Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Norman Foster, Steven Holl and David Chipperfield.

  • Oriam Scotlands Sports Performance Centre Heriot Watt University

Edinburgh Architects

Edinburgh architects, Scottish architectural offices - Listings for design practices East of Scotland - Edinburgh architecture offices online since 2000, a well-established website: Lothian architects studios & engineers firms

  • Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Architecture firm, LBA has secured planning permission for a series of four contemporary family homes specifically designed to knit sensitively into the context on the existing sloping and elevated site at Baberton Avenue, Juniper Green.