The Walk Edinburgh Shops, Harvey Nichols, Stores, Architect, Retail Images, Design
The Walk Edinburgh Shopping
Multrees Walk – Shopping in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, Scotland
post updated 2 January 2022
Multrees Walk Edinburgh
The Walk, 30 – 34 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, Scotland
CDA (Comprehensive Design Architects)
Scottish designer shops + luxury boutiques
The street is (also) called Multrees Walk.
Valvona & Crolla Restaurant & Shop – VinCaffé opened in Oct 2004.
Major brands represented (at the time of writing) include: Harvey Nichols – also accessed off St Andrew Square – Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Michael Kors, Nespresso, Tommy Hilfiger, Sandro, Mulberry, Kurt Geiger, Pandora, Hugo Boss, Reiss, Caffe Nero, Swarovski, Tesla and Boots.
Other groups located on Multrees Walk include Vidal Sassoon, Daks, Calvin Klein Underwear, Links of London, Anne Fontaine, Sole, Soto, the Pen Shop, Azendi, Proudfoot, Bagatt, and Emporio Armani.
This high quality retail destination was built for Coal Pension Properties Limited with LaSalle Management.
Forth Floor Restaurant – Harvey Nix Dining
Visualisation of street priot to construction, no larger image:
The Walk, Edinburgh: image from CDA
Comprehensive Design Architects : Multrees Walk Information
One of the most significant shopping developments in many decades brings Harvey Nichols and a collection of international retailers to the first new street created in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town since the eighteenth century.
Harvey Nichols at entry to The Walk: image from CDA
The site, owned by Coal Pension Properties Limited, who are advised by LaSalle Management, used to house a 1950s bus station and 60s/70s offices. This has all been demolished and the new development will incorporate, apart from the 96,000sqft Harvey Nichols, 25 individual shops totalling 85,000sqft, an airport style bus interchange and 40,000sqft of prime office space.
The Harvey Nichols store is planned over five floors with a bar, bistro, restaurant and food hall at the top level. A restaurant terrace will command some of the most spectacular views over Edinburgh.
The buildings on Multrees Walk will be finished in sandstone and granite to reflect the grace and quality of Edinburgh’s Georgian town centre. The Walk will cost around £30m and is expected to open in summer 2002
Multrees Walk, Edinburgh – information from CDA 09.05.02
The Walk Edinburgh: images provided by CDA in 2002
Significant Edinburgh Retail Property – Selection:
Jenners – south west of The Walk
Key New Edinburgh Architecture
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