Units now fully occupied
Lorien completes letting of Randolph House
Full house: the building is now fully let
Technology recruitment agency and consultant, Lorien, has taken the first floor of the recently-refurbished Randolph House, in Edinburgh’s West End.
Randolph House is part of the Charlotte Square Collection and is also home to tech payment company QikServe. Lorien is taking 3,162 sq ft.
The ground floor is occupied by new restaurant brand @pizza and the building is now fully let.
Nick Ball of Corran Properties, which manages The Charlotte Square Collection, said: “The deconstructed design led to strong appeal from companies looking for open work spaces and natural light.”
Claire Marsh, chief executive of Lorien, said: “We’ve called Edinburgh home since 2007 and we look forward to building upon our existing customer and candidate relationships, as well as developing new ones as we enhance and expand our presence in this city.”
The agents for the office accommodation at Randolph House are CBRE and Cuthbert White. Savills acted for Lorien. The architect on the project was ISA.