Pure soon to unveil first tenants at Edinburgh Park
Scott Martin of BUD Architecture (design) with Katie Whell and Yolanda Wringe of Pure Offices
Diageo’s former Scottish headquarters is preparing to receive new tenants following a £3.8m refit.
Pure Offices, which acquired the three-story block at Edinburgh Park, had planned to open the 33,000 sq ft facility in June.
The refurbishment into grade A office space is now complete and the Reading-headquartered company hopes to announce the first occupants in the coming weeks.
The offices consist of 90 serviced office suites, meeting rooms and lounges across three floors and will help to meet continuing high demand for top grade facilities.
Pure also operates The Bonnington Bond and Sugar Bond offices in Leith.
Lettings at innovation park
Moorfield Group, a UK real estate fund manager, has completed a trio of office lettings at the James Gregory Centre, its serviced office premises on Aberdeen Innovation Park.
The transaction was on behalf of the Moorfield Real Estate Fund III. New tenants are:
Service Graphics, one of the UK’s largest design and print companies
City Electrical Factors, the UK’s largest electrical wholesaler with around 400 branches nationwide, including two in Aberdeen.
Elevation Safety, which was established 15 years ago and provides medical training and support services to the offshore and remote healthcare sector.