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All the latest property news from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee and the rest of Scotland.

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Artisan buys 22,000 sq ft Abbeyhill site & submits Canonmills plans

25 May 2017

Artisan has bought the 22,000 sq ft Abbeyhill Industrial Estate in Edinburgh and followed it up by submitting planning permission for 180 apartments at its Canonmills Garden scheme overlooking the Water of Leith.

Quartermile 2 GVA

Edinburgh office hits the market for £30m

25 May 2017

The 58,000 sq ft Quartermile 2 office building in Edinburgh has been put up for sale with a guide price of around £30m.

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Wirefox to buy Glasgow’s Capella building

25 May 2017

Wirefox, a Northern Irish investment company backed by Hong Kong equity, is set to continue its Scottish spending spree with the purchase of the 116,978 sq ft Capella building in Glasgow for about £45m, Property Week can reveal.

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Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service eyes 6 Atlantic Quay

25 May 2017

The Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service is closing in on an 80,000 sq ft letting at 6 Atlantic Quay in Glasgow, ending a year-long search for space in the city.

Exchange Place Edinburgh Aberdeen

Exchange Place 1 changes hands in £47m deal

24 May 2017

A German investment fund has bought Exchange Place 1 in Edinburgh for £47m, completing Aberdeen Asset Management’s sell off of a trio of offices in the city’s financial hub.

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Lothbury sells Scottish retail park

23 May 2017

Lothbury Investment Management, on behalf of Lothbury Property Trust, has completed the sale of Stockbridge Retail Park in Linlithgow, West Lothian, to a UK-based private investor for £9.4m, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.05%.

Waverley Mall

Damaged Society makes Edinburgh debut

17 May 2017

Fashion retailer Damaged Society has taken its first Edinburgh store at Moorgarth Group’s Waverley Mall.

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Wirefox nearing £57m deal for Ocean Terminal in Edinburgh

17 May 2017

Wirefox, a Northern Irish investment company acting on behalf of Hong Kong equity, is under offer to buy Ocean Terminal shopping centre in Edinburgh for around £57m, Property Week understands.

Scottish independence

Indyref2: experts speculate on the likely market impact

The political instability that has plagued Scotland for the last few years was ramped up last month when Scottish MPs backed first minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum.

Aberdeen

Has Aberdeen’s beleaguered office market turned a corner?

In the Granite City, oil is everything. The trend lines for office take-up and oil prices are virtually indistinguishable.

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Investment is flooding into Edinburgh’s commercial sector

Following a notably strong 2016 in terms of total commercial property transactions in Edinburgh, appetite for Scotland’s capital city continues to grow.

Taste Buchanan, Glasgow

StreetDots brings street-food boom to Buchanan Galleries

In July 2016, Land Securities appointed digital trading platform StreetDots to manage the food and beverage offering at its Buchanan Galleries shopping centre in Glasgow.

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