Landmark office building in a commanding position in the heart of Edinburgh Park
Wallace House is one of Edinburgh’s most prominent buildings within Edinburgh Park, commanding an impressive corner position between Lochside Avenue and Lochside Crescent. The subject property was constructed by New Edinburgh Limited and was one of the first buildings to be developed on Edinburgh Park. The building is of reinforced concrete frame construction and provides 33,184 sq ft of modern, open plan office accommodation over ground and two upper floors under a flat roof. The external walls comprise a proprietary insulated rainscreen cladding system incorporating double glazed window units. Internally, the specification includes: • Fully accessible raised floors • Fan coil air conditioning • Gas fired central heating • Suspended ceilings with recessed category 2 lighting • Two 10 person passenger lifts • Flexible open plan floor plates • Male, female and disabled toilets on each floor. Shower facilities are also provided • 156 car parking spaces, providing a generous ratio of 1:212 sq ft, superior to many competing developments within Edinburgh Park • The building is extremely flexible due to its central core area and can be split on a floor by floor basis or alternatively is suitable for single occupancy
Wallace House is ideally located in Edinburgh Park, which is situated 10km (6 miles) to the west of Edinburgh City Centre. Access to the park is via the Gyle Roundabout at the junction of the A720 city by-pass and A8 trunk road via South Gyle Broadway. Established in the early 1990s, Edinburgh Park is now firmly recognised as Scotland’s premier business park providing more than 1 million sq ft of high-quality office accommodation to over 30 occupiers, employing in excess of 7,000 staff. Its profile, accessibility, quality of environment, amenity, and corporate community offers an unrivalled environment for business. The park is home to leading UK and global corporate occupiers including JP Morgan, Aegon/Kames, Lloyds Banking Group, HSBC Bank, Diageo, Regus and Sainsbury’s Bank. The park benefits from excellent amenities to attract and retain occupiers and employees alike. The Park Centre includes a bar/brasserie, nursery, gym and swimming pool. Hotel accommodation is provided by Novotel, Premier Inn and Ibis. A pedestrian underpass provides a direct link to the Gyle Shopping Centre at the north end of the park. Proposals are now advanced for the next phase of development at Edinburgh Park. The first phase of office development will comprise a speculative building of 85,000 sq ft and is currently under construction.
Our client’ s are prepared to consider letting as a whole, or alternatively, on a floor by floor basis. Leases will be on a full repairing and insuring basis.
Prominent building with flexibility
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