SPACE - office space to let

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SPACE is a unique building which offers light and spacious office accommodation located near Edinburgh City centre.

To enquire about booking office space here, contact:

  • Gavin Scott on 07892 716 633 or email
  • Chris Cuthbert on 07989 395 165 or email


  • Unique building conversion
  • Light, spacious, self-contained office accommodation
  • Range of office sizes available
  • On-site theatre and gallery
  • Tranquil location with views overlooking Arthur's Seat
  • Landscaped open space
  • Easy access to Edinburgh City centre
  • Ample free parking and good public transport links.

The building is home to a variety of well-known organisations, many with a focus on improving people's quality of life.

With views overlooking Arthur's Seat and access to a shared, well maintained, small garden and landscaped open space, the setting is surprisingly tranquil. It is less than a mile and a half to Edinburgh City centre and has quick and easy access to both the A1 and the city bypass.

There is ample free parking around the building and good links to public transport (Lothian Bus routes 2, 14, 21, 30).

Services, which are charged on a floor space basis, include reception, maintenance, security, heating and lighting. There is also a theatre and gallery on site, managed by one of Scotland's up and coming children's theatre groups.


  • Accommodation - units from 279-2817 square feet
  • Rent - £8 per square foot
  • Service charge - £5.68 per square foot
  • Rateable value - from £3,750-£7,600*
  • Lease terms - standard commercial, full repairing and insuring terms.
  • Legal costs - Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs with an ingoing tenant being responsible for any stamp duty and registrations dues incurred.
  • VAT - unless otherwise stated, all prices, premiums and rents are quoted exclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT).
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