Native Land completes first spaces at prime Edinburgh development
The first spaces, including a show apartment, private residents’ Garden Room and landscaped Sky Gardens, at one of Edinburgh’s most sought-after addresses are now complete.
New Eidyn, developed by Native Land, sits within St James Quarter on the fifth to eighth floors of the lifestyle destination. The residences are due to complete Summer 2023.
The now-completed spaces provide an early opportunity for prospective and existing buyers to see New Eidyn first-hand. Interiors have been designed by 7N Architects and Hudson & Mercer, a London interior design practice, which has commissioned Scottish artists and designers including Jasmine Linington and Namon Gaston, to create bespoke pieces for New Eidyn.
New Eidyn is home to the private residents’ Sky Gardens, which have been landscaped by landscape architects OPEN, to surround residents with nature as they take in the exceptional views over Edinburgh’s historic skyline and the Firth of Forth. New Eidyn was also visited last autumn by HRH The Princess Royal during the formal opening of St James Quarter, and Her Majesty planted a commemorative tree to officially open New Eidyn as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Nicholas Gray, sales & marketing director at Native Land, said: “New Eidyn is a development with unparalleled attention to detail. Setting foot in its beautifully crafted spaces featuring serene and luxurious interiors, looking out at new and outstanding views over Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth, brings another level of excitement and understanding to the concept.
“We’re immensely proud of New Eidyn, and now look forward to the full development being complete this summer. Paired with a fantastic set of amenities, both within New Eidyn and St James Quarter, and situated right in the heart of Scotland’s Capital, the residences will truly bring city centre living to a whole new level in Edinburgh.”
To mark the completion of the first spaces, New Eidyn is entering a third phase of sales. During its second phase, New Eidyn saw very strong interest in the apartments with nearly half of the properties having been sold so far, as demand for prime residences continues to rise in the capital.