With work planned to begin later this year, the property is to be completely refurbished to suit a spectrum of occupiers in the creative, technology and professional services sectors.
Situated in Charlotte Lane, and immediately behind the West terrace of the iconic Charlotte Square, Randolph House will provide 11,250 sq ft over four floors of open, bright and energizing business accommodation. The ground floor is being designed with restuarnat or leisure users in mind.
Owned and managed as part of the Charlotte Square Collection, Randolph House has the advantage of being part of an estate of more than 20 office properties with a reputation for high quality specification, exceptional levels of service and a distinct sense of community.
Nick Ball of Corran Properties, which acts as developer and asset manager for The Charlotte Square Collection, said:
“This is quite a unique development as Randolph House will provide much needed contemporary office accommodation in Edinburgh’s city centre. The building will be completely refurbished to modern standards creating accommodation ranging from 2,150 sq ft to 8,440 sq ft.”
The proposed modern style of the renovated Randolph House will aim to capture the vibrancy of the area, which is known for its lively shops, cafes and restaurants. The Waldorf Astoria Caledonian is a near neighbor and Edinburgh’s new trams route passes close by. Haymarket train station is just a short walk away and there is easy access to regular bus services.