The Lord Provost toured our first flagship building, 1 New Park Square. The Lord Provost was shown the sports facilities including the latest Padel courts, and also visited the brand new coffee shop and bakery Patina.
Patina bar/restaurant has already hosted its first music event with tickets selling fast for its next: Rachel Newton, the Scottish singer and harpist who is performing on the 15th November.
Tony Hordon, Managing Director of Parabola said: “We were delighted to welcome the Lord Provost who enjoyed a tour of 1 New Park Square with its bar, restaurant and bakery, a walk around the public realm and landscape, with its many pieces of art and multi-use games including the recently opened and highly popular Padel Tennis courts. We were enthused by the Lord Provost’s interest in how Parabola’s vision is being delivered.”
The Lord Provost said: “It is greatly encouraging to witness the real progress made by Parabola on this important new quarter of the city. It is a great to see how sports, leisure, the arts and business will thrive and complement each other to deliver a new community which will add so much to West Edinburgh and the city as a whole.”
Kneale’s method of working in metal, welding, cutting and forging on site, is instant and is a direct way of making sculpture - one could liken it to painting in space.
We are delighted to confirm that Sainsbury’s Bank has agreed terms for the whole of the fourth floor of 1 New Park Square (1NPS) Edinburgh Park.
The electricity generated by the 1 New Park Square PV system in 2023 is enough to power the Edinburgh tram train to cover 7,867 miles. Equivalent to traveling the full journey from Newhaven to Edinburgh Airport 684 times
Padel has officially launched at Edinburgh Park! Our two new courts are playable all year round and open from 7am to 10pm Monday to Friday.
Adults Cardio Tennis has started on Thursdays at Edinburgh Park. This hour of fun is a great way to get your heart rate up and keep fit!