Leith, Edinburgh


Build-to-rent residential 338 units

Delivering our specialist build-to-rent design in Edinburgh’s vibrant waterfront district with unrivalled panoramic views across the city.

The 2.5-acre site situated directly on Albert Docks is set to transform into a thriving residential community, accommodating 338 new rental apartments across four mid-rise buildings.

Dynamic local community

Considered the beating heart of Scotland’s creative scene, Leith was recently named the fourth coolest neighbourhood in the world by travel and lifestyle magazine Time Out, owing to its vibrant restaurants, start-up community and an alluring mix of arts and culture.

Residents will have access to over 16,000 sq ft of shared amenity space including a gym, landscaped gardens, co-working space and rooftop terraces to provide stunning views over the Firth of Forth to the north and Edinburgh’s historic city centre to the south.”

Seamlessly connected

Leith’s scenic waterside precinct ‘The Shore’ is a short stroll away, boasting Michelin star restaurants, stylish bars, artisanal cafes and award-winning galleries.

Already within walking distance of the city centre, the project will benefit further from the city’s tramline extension to Ocean Terminal, a shopping, dining and leisure hub located adjacent to the development.

The extension – completed in 2023 – runs directly past the site, enabling a 10-minute commute into Edinburgh’s financial district.

Purpose-built for residents

This project aspires to become one of Scotland’s landmark rental communities, providing residents with an unrivalled quality of life within the region’s coolest neighbourhood.

Designed specifically for renting, with a focus on maximising green space, creating spacious living areas with flexibility to work from home, and building smarter amenities to foster a genuine sense of community.

The scheme is underpinned by Goodstone Living’s sustainable design principles, targeting a +50% reduction in operational carbon and a significant reduction in embodied carbon compared to existing building regulations.

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