Works starts at £20m Waterfront Development

Published: 06 December 2017

Work has started on-site at a £20 million waterfront residential development at Granton Harbour, Edinburgh designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design.

Plot 27 forms part of the western breakwater edge of the Granton Harbour masterplan. The plot is bounded by the Firth on the west and canals, which are already constructed, to the east and north.

To the south is the main boulevard. Plot 27 has been designed for 132 units, of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with penthouses and duplexes. There is 100% undercroft residents parking and 10% surface parking for visitors. Each ground floor flat has access to front gardens.

The design of the elevations and the use of materials helps to create a development which identifies with the waterfront location in Edinburgh and creates local identity and good place.

Neil Haining, Director, Mosaic


The design and massing respond to the nature of the adjacent streets, canals and open spaces. The side canals have an intimate four to five storey scale. With the wider boulevard and the firth, the scale increases to six and seven storeys. There are two highpoints of eight storeys, both on the main canal, one responding to the firth, and the other to a vista within the masterplan.

Each building has six cores entered from street level, and each ground floor apartment can be accessed directly off the street, which promotes an active street frontage. Balconies are provided to all upper apartments to further activate the facade...

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