New Eidyn

St James Quarter, Edinburgh, EH1 3SS

  • Units 152 Properties
  • Location Edinburgh City Centre
  • Key Fact Luxurious Apartments
  • Key Fact Panoramic Views of Edinburgh

New Eidyn at St James Quarter

Rettie & Co. are delighted to be bringing Edinburgh’s most anticipated residential development to market, St James Quarter. One of the largest regeneration projects in the UK, with retail, leisure and hotels injecting over £1 billion of investment into the city, its arrival will reaffirm Edinburgh’s reputation as one of the most exciting and forward-thinking destinations in Europe.

Located in the very centre of the city and within the smart Georgian surroundings of the New Town, these luxurious apartments are within moments of many of Edinburgh’s famous landmarks and essential amenities.

Sitting aloft the ground-breaking new lifestyle destination, New Eidyn will offer 152 apartments, ranging from studio to four bedrooms, providing residents with access to world-class retail, leisure, fitness and hotel facilities on an unprecedented scale for the city centre.

New Eidyn will comprise three distinct residential buildings that will sit on the fifth to eighth floors, above the retail galleria and adjacent to other amenities such as Scotland’s first W Edinburgh hotel, the centre piece of the entire development. With amazing sky gardens on the fifth floor, residents will have captivating panoramic views towards the Firth of Forth. 

The hotel-style concierge service for residents will be second to none. From the 24-hour security to the range of bespoke amenities, every requirement has been considered and is delivered to an exceptional standard. 

St James Quarter is a prime example of city enhancing place-making and will be a unique and inspiring place to live in and visit. To learn more about this exceptional residential development, contact our broker team to register your interest.

neweidyn@rettie.co.uk   
0131 322 2660
www.neweidyn.com

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