Multrees Walk

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Multrees Walk
Multrees Walk from East.jpg
View from the East in 2023
Multrees Walk
Location Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Coordinates 55°57′18.48″N3°11′29.70″W / 55.9551333°N 3.1915833°W / 55.9551333; -3.1915833
AddressMultrees Walk
Opening date2003
ArchitectCDA Group
No. of anchor tenants 1 (Harvey Nichols)
Public transit access National Rail logo.svg Edinburgh Waverley
EdinburghTramsGeneric.png St Andrew Square

Multrees Walk is a pedestrian shopping precinct in Edinburgh, Scotland.



Christmas decorations in 2011 Multrees Walk - - 2739580.jpg
Christmas decorations in 2011

Built in 2003 as part of a larger city centre redevelopment, it links St Andrew Square to the St James Quarter, lined on each side with designer stores selling clothing, artwork and various other luxury items. [1]

Harvey Nichols department store is the anchor of the development and has its main entrance on St. Andrew Square, with a smaller entrance onto Multrees Walk.

Multrees Walk, Harvey Nichols and Edinburgh Bus Station were all designed by Edinburgh architects CDA. The bus station sits at a lower level from Multrees and is accessed by escalators from St Andrew Square, or by a ramped entrance from Elder Street.

St Andrew Square tram stop is to the front of Harvey Nichols.

List of Stores

As at September 2023 [2]

Multrees Walk features a number of brands from across the globe, some of which are their only Scottish store.

These brands include:

Other international:

National and independent:

Recent Refurbishment

Louis Vuitton announced the reopening of their newly redeveloped store at 1-2 Multrees Walk in August 2023, which includes the addition of an upper floor and a spiral staircase.

The reopening marks their 20th anniversary in Multrees Walk. [3]

In March 2024, Italian fashion brand Gucci announced they will be moving into Multrees Walk, opening their only stand-alone UK store outside of London, occupying the units previously held by Caffè Nero. [4]

Previous occupants

These names have since left. A few have relocated to elsewhere within the city, such as the new St James Quarter.

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Shops on Multrees Walk in 2005

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