Serviced Offices Edinburgh | Office Space to Rent

Discover private serviced offices rentals in Edinburgh, Scotland. Properties listed provide a number of office space units to choose from.

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St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £360/mo.

1960s Grade II listed property in a prestigious area offers contemporary workspaces on all-inclusive rentals. The building boasts reception services, video conferencing facilities and a roof terrace with citywide views.

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North St David's Street, Edinburgh
Private serviced offices
2 to 75 people
From £798/mo.

Historic property in a prestigious location offers boutique serviced offices on flexible agreements. Reception services, 24-hour access, showers, bike storage, meeting rooms and a breakout space are offered.

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Albany Street, Edinburgh, EH1
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £500/mo.

Recently-refurbished Georgian townhouse in a central location offers bright, spacious office accommodation on flexible leases. Facilities include telephone answering, meeting rooms, IT support, telecoms and 24-hour access.

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Dublin Street, Edinburgh, EH3
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £600/mo.

Historic building in a prestigious city centre location provides luxury boutique workspaces with high ceilings and access to private gardens. Reception services, CAT6, disabled facilities, ping pong and showers are offered.

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George Street, Edinburgh, EH2
Private serviced offices
2 to 800 people
From £1,050/mo.

An impressive period property in a central location, boasts well-designed lounges, meeting rooms, phone booths and event space. Super-fast Wi-Fi, manned reception and cleaning services are provided.

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Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £440/mo.

Prestigious Edinburgh location offers colourful unbranded workspaces, car parking and a roof terrace. The property benefits from reception services, air conditioning, showers, 24-hour entry and disabled access.

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George Street, Edinburgh, EH2
Private serviced offices
2 to 60 people
From £470/mo.

Grade A listed period building in an iconic location with parking and a roof terrace provides flexible office spaces benefitting from WiFi, breakout areas, conference facilities, IT/admin support and reception services.

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Young Street, Edinburgh, EH2
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £600/mo.

A stunning period building in city centre location, offers super-fast broadband, meeting rooms, breakout areas, kitchen facilities and 24 hour access. Provides cleaning services, shower facilities and bike storage.

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St Colme Street, Edinburgh, EH3
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £398/mo.

Refurbished Grade A listed traditional townhouse offers fully-furnished office spaces in a prestigious setting. The period building boasts a concierge, superfast internet, meeting rooms, bike/car parking, and gardens.

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About Edinburgh

Recognised as the capital of Scotland since the 15th century, Edinburgh is an historic city and is the second largest financial centre in the UK, housing the head offices of a number of prestigious financial services companies. Edinburgh also has a long association with education, medicine, the sciences and engineering, and literature. Boasting over 4,500 listed buildings in the city, Edinburgh is filled with beautiful properties, including impressive Victorian buildings, with many now housing renovated office suites.  

 

In the 19th century, Edinburgh’s traditional industries of brewing, distilling and printing were joined by more modern industries of engineering and rubber works, but industrialisation of the city was low in comparison to other UK cities. Today, the city is the second largest financial and administration area of the UK, accounting for as much as a third of all commercial office space in the city. 

 

Boasting impressive architecture, an abundance of green space, fantastic transport links and a thriving commercial centre, Edinburgh is a highly desirable business address for companies from any industry.

 

Offices to Rent in Edinburgh

Much of the office space in the city centre is found in beautifully converted and impressive period and listed properties, while there are modern, contemporary business centres to the west of the city centre. Edinburgh Park is the city’s new business and technology park with many architecturally-impressive modern business premises offering shared, open-plan and private work space, meeting rooms, state-of-the-art conference facilities, break-out areas and manned receptions. 

 

Transport Connections

Edinburgh’s excellent transport links attract a wide range of companies looking for office space to the area. Most people move around Edinburgh city by bus which link the city centre to surrounding suburbs. Edinburgh Waverley serves as Edinburgh’s mainline station and is the second busiest station in Scotland, providing a plethora of rail services to London King’s Cross as well as other major UK cities. 

 

Trams were introduced in 2014, running from Edinburgh Airport to York Place in the city centre. It is proposed to build tram lines to run from Haymarket through to Waterfront Edinburgh in the future.

 

Edinburgh Airport is the largest and busiest in Scotland and is the main international gateway for Scotland. There are plans to expand the airfield and terminal building, and the possibility of a second runway, at some point in the future.

 

Shopping, Restaurants and Leisure

Office tenants have access to a plethora of shopping opportunities, food options and entertainment facilities. The city’s main shopping areas are located around Princes Street with a variety of well-known high street names and chain stores, whilst George Street is home to more upmarket outlets, fashion brand names and independent stores. There are also several retail parks on the outskirts of the city centre.

 

Edinburgh is famous for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival that takes place every year. 

 

Leith was historically the port of Edinburgh and many of its former dockland buildings have been redeveloped into residential areas complete with excellent leisure and shopping facilities. Portobello is a suburb on the shores of Leith and has been transformed, incorporating a beach, promenade, rowing and sailing clubs, bars, restaurants, cafés, a range of independent shops and a former Victorian swimming pool that has been restored and now includes Turkish baths. 

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