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Greyfriars Edinburgh Apartments

Edinburgh Old Town Apartments design by Lee Boyd Architects, Scotland, UK

post updated 31 October 2023

Greyfriars Edinburgh Flats, Apartments by Buredi
image from lee boyd architects

Greyfriars Flats

Conversion of former Greyfriars Hostel into residential apartments

Greyfriars Edinburgh Flats by lee boyd
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This Old Town property conversion is for developers Buredi.

The approximate building construction cost for these flats is £1.3m, as reported in June 2005.

Another Edinburgh building design by lee boyd architects in mid-2005:

Traverse Flats

Previously by lee boyd architects in the Scottish capital:

Adobe Headquarters – D3 Building, Edinburgh Park
Aegon Headquarters
property image from architect studio
Adobe Headquarters

Another building located close to The Grassmarket:

Greyfriars Kirk, south of The Grassmarket, Old Town

Scottish Capital Building Designs

Contemporary Scottish Capital Property Designs – recent Edinburgh architectural selection below:

Edinburgh Castle, Old Town
Edinburgh Castle
picture © Adrian Welch

Dynamic Earth, Holyoord, Old Town
Dynamic Earth Edinburgh
photo © Adrian Welch

Scottish Parliament, Canongate, Old Town
Scottish Parliament
picture © Keith Hunter

Edinburgh Quay, Fountainbridge, southwest of the city centre
Design: Michael Laird Architects
Edinburgh Quay

Scottish Widows, 69 Morrison St, Edinburgh EH3 1HL
Design: BDP Architects
Scottish Widows

EICC The Exchange
Design: Terry Farrell & Partners Architects
EICC The Exchange

John Menzies Building, Edinburgh Park, west of the city
Design: Bennetts Associates Architects
Edinburgh Park John Menzies

Dean Bank Lane : housing project, on the south side of the Water of Leith, heart of Stockbridge, in the northwest part of the New Town
Design: Richard Murphy Architects
Dean Bank Lane

The Witchery, the Royal Mile, Old Town

Quartermile flats, the Meadows / Lauriston Place, south west of the city centre

The Scotsman Hotel, South Bridge, Old Town

Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin – south of the Scottish capital city, across the by-pass road

Coalhill, central Leith apartments building on the Water of Leith

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