The Times Scotland features The Charlotte Square Collection, claiming “One of Britain’s most distinguished Georgian squares has seen its lustre restored in a development with a long-term approach to custodianship.”More
The stunning atrium linking the Georgian townhouses that make up 28 Charlotte Square and the new build offices behind has won the praises of the architectural profession, as the restoration of the south terrace of Charlotte Square is shortlisted for another award.More
Edinburgh’s commercial property market has a new flag-bearer. Not another modern glass sculptured building, but a new take on the traditional townhouse.More
The Charlotte Square Collection was named as one of the best new property developments in Scotland at the inaugural Scottish Property Awards (27 February 2014).More
26-31 Charlotte Square and Morgan McDonnell Architecture have been shortlisted in the Scottish Property Awards 2014, an independent awards programme which highlights the best commercial and public building work in Scotland.More
The transformation of the properties on the south side of Charlotte Square, Edinburgh’s classic Georgian masterpiece, has reached a major milestone with the completion of the refurbishment and redevelopment of numbers 26-31, designed by Morgan McDonnell Architecture Limited.
The six townhouses that made up the former headquarters of The National Trust of Scotland have been reconfigured to form four new properties that blend period architecture and features with the requirements of 21st century businesses.More