Nestled between the William Playfair-designed Blenheim Place and Georgian grandeur of Royal Terrace, Greenside is located at the foot of the iconic Calton Hill. It’s just a short walk to the top, where breathtaking views and glorious sunsets can be found and it’s only a few minutes’ walk to the tram line, Waverley station and Princes Street. The setting is peaceful, leafy and green, making this the most tranquil yet contemporary working environment in central Edinburgh.
- 01 Calton Hill
- 02 Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station
- 03 Balmoral Hotel
- 04 Calton Square
- 05 Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre
- 06 The Courtyard by Marriot
- 07 Edinburgh St James (launch in 2020)
- 08 John Lewis
- 09 St Andrew Square
- 10 George Street
- 11 St Andrew Square Bus Station
- 12 National Portrait Gallery
- 13 The Cube
- 14 York Place Tram Halt
The Local Area
- Greenside is situated in a UNESCO World Heritage Site between the William Playfair designed Blenheim Place and Grade A listed Royal Terrace.
- Calton Hill, with its incredible 360 degree views of Edinburgh and beyond is within an accessible, 5 minute walk – an established walkway to the east of the building leading you to its summit.
- Greenside enjoys an open, attractive outlook making it one of Edinburgh most tranquil yet contemporary working environments.
- Greenside is located a short 6 minute walk from the side entrance to Waverley Train Station whilst the York Place Tram Halt is within a 4 minute walk.
- A range of bars and restaurants are available locally along with numerous retail offerings and coffee shops. The Courtyard by Marriot and Balmoral Hotel are both within walking distance.
- With high quality national and international occupiers to include Baillie Gifford, Standard Aberdeen Investments, Creative Scotland, The Scottish Government, Microsoft, Amazon and the City of Edinburgh Council all within close proximity, it is clear to see what attracts these high calibre names to the area.
- Greenside is located within 400 metres of the extensive Edinburgh St James development – a £1 billion transformation of the former St.James Shopping Centre which will, on completion in 2020, provide a first class mix of predominantly retail and leisure opportunities – further improving the amenity provision within Edinburgh’s resurgent east end area.