New Arrivals

New Arrivals in 2023

A selection of new arrivals to Edinburgh during 2023 is set out below. 


  • Giant (Taichung, Taiwan): bicycle manufacturer Giant opened a new shop on Hamilton Place in the Stockbridge neighbourhood of Edinburgh.

  • Starbucks (Seattle, Washington, United States): a new Starbucks coffee shop will open in the Murrayfield neighbourhood of Edinburgh in March 2023.

  • Genesis (Seoul, South Korea): South Korean luxury car manufacturer Genesis is to open a retail studio in Edinburgh this summer.

“Since launching in 2021 we have seen strong sales in Scotland, and our cars have been recognised two years in a row in the Scottish Car of the Year awards. The response to Genesis has been very positive in Scotland and we are sure this will continue as we prepare to open our Edinburgh Studio. We are looking forward to recruiting our Edinburgh based retail and support teams and welcoming our Scottish guests this summer.”

– Andrew Pilkington, Managing Director, Genesis Motor UK

  • The Gym Group (Croydon, England): The Gym Group opened a new gym at the Corstorphine Retail Park in Edinburgh.

"We are really excited to open our newest gym in Edinburgh. Whether you’re a regular gym-goer or just starting out on your fitness journey, our great team is ready to welcome all our new members, show them around our fantastic gym facilities and equipment, and support them with their fitness goals."

– Steven Smith, General Manager, The Gym Group


  • Mirador (Stamford, Connecticut, United States): data services provider Mirador announced the opening of a new European hub office in Edinburgh.

"In order for Mirador to continue to deliver exceptional client service, we have to have a shop in Europe. We thoroughly looked into other sites, and I can say without hesitation that Edinburgh is where we need to be. Senior staff members willingly volunteered to relocate, we have hired our first Scotland-based employee and are actively recruiting additional talent."

– Joseph Larizza, Chief Executive Officer and President, Mirador

  • Holland & Barrett (Nuneaton, England): health and wellbeing retailer Holland & Barrett opened a new pop-up shop at 72 Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre.

  • Tesco (Welwyn Garden City, England): Tesco announced the opening of a new Tesco Express supermarket in the Red Sandstone on Edinburgh's Leith Walk.

  • Space NK (London, England): beauty products retailer Space NK will open a shop in Edinburgh's St James Quarter in March 2023. 

  • Island Poké (London, England): poké bowl specialist Island Poké is to open a new eatery on Hanover Street in Edinburgh city centre.

  • Leonard Curtis (Manchester, England): restructuring, insolvency, funding, and legal support service provider Leonard Curtis has opened a new office on St Andrew Square in Edinburgh city centre.

  • Chaiiwala (London, England): Indian street food chain Chaiiwala announced the opening of a new restaurant at Edinburgh's Fort Kinnaird retail park.


  • Kin + Carter (Chicago, Illinois, United States): digital transformation consultancy business Kin + Carta announced the opening of a new UK hub office on Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre.

“Edinburgh is key for our long-term growth. We have a number of our leaders who call the city home, including our Public Sector client lead, director of managed services, head of mobile, and our chairman, so building out our offering here made perfect sense. We want this new hub to be a destination for our people, for innovation and for building a world that works better for everyone. And to have that happening in my home city is personally very exciting.”

– David Tuck, Group Chief Executive Officer of Europe, Kin + Carter