Scottish commercial property consultancy, Ryden, has announced the sale of all commercial units within the first of Edinburgh’s Waterfront Plaza.
Located in the sought after shore area of Leith, Waterfront Plaza comprises of 422 residential units and 14 self-contained ground floor premises benefitting from retail, office and studio planning content.
Ryden has reported that the ground floor commercial units have now all been sold.
Commenting on the deal, Cameron Whyte, Associate at Ryden, said: “As expected, and despite the current uncertainty due to the COVID 19 pandemic, these units have been extraordinarily well received in the market.
“The extension of the tram which runs alongside the development and the vibrant mix of amenities with the well-established Ocean Terminal retail and leisure complex directly adjacent to Waterfront Plaza make these commercial units a very attractive spot for any kind of business.”
Block B of Waterfront Plaza is currently under construction and due to complete in phases from March onwards when the next batch of commercial units will be offered for sale.