53-57 Queen Street in Edinburgh Show Flat Completed

Posted on April 2, 2015 by admin

These grade A listed Georgian townhouses and tenements, in the centre of the Edinburgh New Town, are being converted from offices into sixteen bespoke luxury flats. All the flats overlook Queen Street Gardens with the top storey flats affording uninterrupted views from the main living areas and master bedrooms over North Edinburgh to the Firth of Forth.

Period features combined with high quality contemporary finishes and fittings create a modern look while respecting the historical heritage. The removal of unsympathetic extensions & infills at the rear of the property allow for contemporary new courtyards that enhance the amenity of the lower ground floor flats and bridges have been added to ground floors flats to provide access to the rear gardens.

First Flats Completed At 35-37 Queen Street

Posted on May 5, 2014 by admin

The first 8 flats have been completed at our refurbishment project at 35-37 Queen Street, Edinburgh. The finished flats, located on the ground floor and the upper levels, form the first phase of the project which will ultimately see the creation of 10 dwellings across 5 levels. The uppermost flats have had new mezzanine levels introduced within the former roof space to maximise useable space and provide the principle living areas with a double height volume.

Externally, an unsympathetic 20th century extension has been removed to create additional outdoor amenity.  The lower level flats are due for completion at the end of May 2014.

Planning Go-Ahead For Queen Street Development

Posted on July 15, 2013 by admin

Listed Building and Planning consents have been granted for the redevelopment of 35-37 Queen Street, Edinburgh.

We are working closely with developer Yellowstone DM Ltd and contractor Marshalls Property on the project which involves the conversion of existing office space into 10 new dwellings over 5 floors of the Grade A listed building. An existing courtyard is being reinstated at basement level to the rear, while an unsympathetic late 20th century extension to the rear is being demolished to create additional outdoor amenity.