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Why rent the commercial property in Edinburgh

Commercial property in Edinburgh is on a high level of popularity among the tenants both local and international. The reason is not only in prices lower than in London but also in the unique atmosphere of this city.

Edinburgh is great for visiting, working and living – the ancient history and modern infrastructure, a lot of cool entertainment facilities and secluded parks, picturesque mountains, a beautiful coastal zone and plenty of festivals and sports competitions, high economic development and a comfortable atmosphere of business cooperation attract here business people and simply visitors from all over the world. So the commercial property for rent in Edinburgh always finds its tenants and is in high demand.

 

Transport in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a rather compact city that is convenient for business tenants to get around no matter where they rent commercial properties. The transport infrastructure in Edinburgh is not so developed as, for example, in London or other capital cities of Old Europe. Public transport in Edinburgh is represented by buses and trams. There is no subway here, but you can easily rent a car or use a taxi.

For the business people from other cities and countries, the International Airport is located 12 km west of Edinburgh. It accepts flights not only from all over England but also from continental Europe, Ireland and some cities in North America.

 

Commercial property for rent in different Edinburgh areas

The city center consists of two parts: Old and New Town.

Old Town is the historical center where are the main tourist facilities. The new town is located north of the Old Town and separated by a railway line from it.

West of the city center is a business district with offices of the most significant financial and investment companies in Scotland.

The city business center is surrounded by neighborhoods of mixed commercial property and residential buildings, which are characteristic of continental cities. The lack of heavy industry (except for docks on Leite) and the preservation of the historical heritage of Georgian construction has made the central regions attractive both for business and for the living.

Construction of new commercial property Edinburgh is observed throughout the city, but most of the facilities are being built in West End and New Town. The main new construction is in the areas of Granton Harbor, Western Harbor and Port Of Leith. Commercial, recreational and hotel complexes, recreation parks, and medical centers are being built in the Territory of Leith Docks. Quarter Granton Coast is a mixed building area – residential and commercial, the heart of which is a 35-story building.

 

Investment climate

Scotland and especially its capital Edinburgh has a very favorable investment climate and reasonably moderate taxes, which is very important for opening a new business or developing an existing one.

The developing and stable economy of Scotland, local discipline, and hospitality make the commercial property of Edinburgh very interesting for lease.

Today, the Edinburgh real estate market is rich and varied in supply, from modest and low-cost options to wealthy and respectable ones. It is easy to choose commercial property to let object that matches one’s financial opportunities, as real estate in different price categories is presented here.