|Location||Edinburgh, Scotland, UK|
|Owner||M&G Real Estate and The Hercules Unit Trust|
|No. of stores and services||70+|
|No. of anchor tenants||3 (Marks & Spencer, Primark and Next)|
|Total retail floor area||560,000 sq ft|
Over the years, it has expanded into land surrounding the original footprint of the original Kinnaird Park, including the site of the former Niddrie Brickworks, which closed down in 1991. The site was branded separately as Edinburgh Fort. Eventually both sites were renamed under its current name in the late 1990s.
In 2008, the cinema, which was now operated by ODEON Cinemas, was closed down and demolished.
In late 2013 work started on a £24m extension to the park. It included 7 restaurants, a children's play area and a seven-screen cinema, which was built on the same site as the original cinema that had been demolished 5 years earlier. The cinema is once again operated by ODEON. The development was completed in March 2015.
The retail park has many high street brands such as Marks and Spencer, River Island, Primark, Next, Fatface, H&M, New Look and OUTFIT (comprising Topshop, Topman, Burton Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Wallis and Quiz Clothing).
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