QikServe moves to Randolph House as tech firm expands

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QikServe, a fast-growing technology company, has taken the second floor of the newly refurbished Randolph House, Edinburgh, comprising of 3,183 sq ft of contemporary office space.

The multichannel ordering and payment specialist, which recently secured a £2.7m investment to drive sales growth in the US, is moving from the tech hub Codebase.

The new office space gives QikServe a bright, open and energising environment in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End, close to the city’s tram route and well suited to the company’s young workforce.

As part of The Charlotte Square Collection, Randolph House also benefits from being part of a managed estate of 22 premium office properties in and around the iconic New Town square and guarantees QikServe high quality specification, exceptional levels of service and distinct sense of community.

QikServe is the first to take occupancy at Randolph House and is moving in on a five year lease. The remaining two floors have attracted significant interest, with premium office accommodation remaining sparse in the capital’s city centre.  The ground floor is being marketed as a prominent restaurant space, to take advantage of area’s popularity with residents and tourists.

Nick Ball of Corran Properties, which manages The Charlotte Square Collection, said:

“We are delighted to welcome QikServe to Randolph House. Their vision for the perfect office matched our deconstructed design with generous open spaces, natural light and exposed finishes.

“We have received a great deal of interest in the office accommodation and restaurant space available at Randolph House. Its city centre location, close to shops, bars, restaurants and all the main transport links, provides huge advantages in terms of attracting staff and impressing clients. We hope to announce new tenants very soon.”

The agents for the office accommodation at Randolph House are CBRE and CuthbertWhite. The restaurant is being marketed by Cushman & Wakefield. The architect on the project is ISA.