|Main shopping, bars and cafe areas|
|Tram Route |
(Leith Walk section currently under construction. Due to open Spring 2023)
Leith Walk is a long, bustling promenade, bursting with character and connecting the city centre to the Shore. Lined with an eclectic mix of small businesses, artisan traders, national high street brands, cosy café’s, art galleries, creative studios and exciting restaurants reflecting tastes from around the world, ‘The Walk’ is one of Edinburgh’s great streets.
From the St James Quarter at the top, to the foodie and drink haven of the Shore at the Foot, Leith Walk dissects one of the most densely populated and diverse neighbourhoods in Europe, resulting in a thriving and dynamic community surrounding the Red Sandstone.
TRAVEL TIMES FROM THE RED SANDSTONE
|Waverley – 12 minutes|
|Bus Station – 12 minutes|
|Haymarket – 30 minutes|
|Edinburgh Airport – 54 minutes|
Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city with a resident population of 500,000 and is one of the strongest office and retailing centres in the UK, with a catchment of 1.5 million people.
The property is located at the northern end of Leith Walk, between its junctions with Steads Place and Jane Street. Leith Walk is the main thoroughfare connecting Leith to the city centre.
Leith has benefitted extensively from increased investment, with the development of new housing and the extension of the existing Edinburgh Tram line providing improved connectivity to the rest of the city.