Knight Frank

Edinburgh’s Wemyss House sold for 20% ahead of asking price

Wemyss House, the well-known office building in the heart of Edinburgh, has traded in a deal worth more than £5 million.

Published 2 April 2020

Scottish commercial property investment exceeds £2 billion in uncertain 2019

Investment in Scottish commercial property remained resilient despite a dip in volumes amid political and macro-economic challenges, according to new analysis from Knight Frank.

Published 27 January 2020

Alastair McCoan: Don't let dilapidations leave a business move in disrepair

Alastair McCoan, building consultancy partner at Knight Frank Glasgow, discusses how businesses can avoid being hit with a large dilapidations bill when making an office move.

Published 23 January 2020

Knight Frank: Tech sector is driving Edinburgh's boom

Employment in Edinburgh’s burgeoning technology sector is set to outgrow the UK average over the next ten years, according to new research released by Knight Frank.

Published 2 December 2019

Edinburgh named as a leading city for rising luxury house prices

Edinburgh has been named as one of the leading cities for rising luxury house prices in the Knight Frank Prime Global Cities Index.

Published 18 November 2019

BrewDog agrees eight-figure deal to sell global distribution HQ

BrewDog has reached an eight-figure deal to sell its global distribution headquarters, known as ‘Hop Hub’, at Eurocentral in Scotland’s central belt.

Published 5 November 2019

Indyref led to greater internationalisation of Scottish commercial real estate market

More international investors have moved into Scotland's commercial real estate market market in the five years since the Scottish Independence Referendum, research carried out by Knight Frank has found.

Published 10 October 2019

Knight Frank appoints Euan Kelly as partner in Edinburgh office

Knight Frank has appointed Euan Kelly as a partner in its Edinburgh office in an effort to bolster its investment team and strengthen its capital markets offering.

Published 3 October 2019

Plan required to protect Edinburgh offices from ‘double-edged sword’ of tourism

Edinburgh’s growing population and popularity with tourists could prove a threat to its status as a top location for businesses, according to a new report.

Published 20 August 2019