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Edinburgh's largest Grade A office building released to market

Younger building
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The largest Grade ‘A’ office building currently available in Edinburgh has now been released by RBS for occupation. 

The Younger Building is centrally located at Redheughs Avenue in South Gyle adjacent to Edinburgh Park and offers up to 89,863 sq ft (8,348.5 sq m) with an exceptional 295 car parking spaces and space to accommodate over 1,100 employees. 

Its striking stone and glass façade incorporates a three-storey entrance atrium, and two wings offering efficient and flexible space each featuring a central atrium. 

The building is available with the benefit of a fully costed and programmed refurbishment package, which will allow an occupier to influence the ‘look and feel’ of the property and ensure that it fits their operational approach.  The refurbishment will include shower, changing and locker facilities to encourage exercise and low impact commuting, and a range of possible space configurations to promote collaborative working.

Within a short walk of Edinburgh Park’s tram stop, three mainline railway stations and close to the airport, The Younger Building is exceptionally well located for staff and visitors and has access to the talent pool across central Scotland.  It is also close to the Gyle Shopping Centre and a range of other amenities, providing options for shopping and leisure.

The Younger Building is available to lease at a quoting rent of £21.00 per sq ft per annum. It is not currently subject to VAT, offering significant savings to companies unable to reclaim it and contributing to substantial occupation cost savings compared with Edinburgh city centre.

James Thomson of joint letting agents Cushman & Wakefield said: “With the city centre bereft of new space and little development underway, the availability of The Younger Building is an exciting opportunity for one or more progressive companies to occupy a very efficient and flexible building which can be tailored to match their work practices.”

Ben Reed of joint letting agents JLL said: “The ability to occupy a building which is so well connected to Edinburgh city centre, the airport, and the wider central belt is a rarity in the city at present, and to do so at a substantial discount to city centre occupation costs makes a compelling case for businesses to consider The Younger Building as an option.”

For further information on the building go to or contact James Thomson at Cushman & Wakefield on 0131 222 4545,