Serviced Offices in Newcastle to Rent - Office Space

Browse through serviced offices for rent in the Newcastle area. Buildings (business centres) listed provide a range of different sized office space in each location.

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Market Street, Newcastle
Private serviced offices
2 to 80 people
From £298/mo.

Office space to rent in an air-conditioned building with CCTV, an onsite car park and bike storage. Workspaces include Wi-Fi and broadband, kitchens, breakout space and telephone systems.

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Cloth Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £440/mo.

Refurbished office space to let. Building features include air conditioning, storage space, and an onsite car park. Offices benefit from telephone systems, meeting rooms and disabled access via a lift.

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Dean Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1
Private serviced offices
2 to 70 people
From £300/mo.

Office space which is for rent in a Grade II listed property. Features include an onsite café, storage space, lift access and bike storage. Additional workspace facilities include video conferencing and telephone systems.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (4 mins walk)
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Clavering Place, Newcastle
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £300/mo.

Rent office space in an attractive period building with event space and an onsite car park. Facilities include showers, bike storage and breakout space with kitchens.

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Quayside, Newcastle, NE1
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £500/mo.

Modern river-side property with office space available to rent. Building benefits from disabled access, storage space, kitchens, and air conditioning.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (5 mins walk)
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William Armstrong Dr, Newcastle
Private serviced offices
2 to 30 people
From £560/mo.

Office space to rent in a river-side business centre. Amenities onsite include a car park, showers, a lift, and disabled access.

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Regent Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3
Private serviced offices
2 to 60 people
From £200/mo.

Business centre presenting office space to let with an onsite car park. Additional features include disabled access via a lift, CCTV and kitchens.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (2.7 miles)
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Benton Lane, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE12
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £350/mo.

Office space rental in a business park setting with an onsite café, car park and gym. The building also features a childcare facility, showers, and disabled access.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Cramlington (2.2 miles)
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About Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne is an inspiring and exciting city to live and work in, with the iconic River Tyne flowing alongside it and picturesque Georgian architecture dotted around the streets. From the friendly locals to the numerous facilities and entertainment offerings it provides, Newcastle is quickly becoming a desirable place for businesses to rent office space – many developments to the Quayside and Leazes Park areas have taken place over recent years.

 

Newcastle boasts contrasting identities, from its historical landmarks to the contemporary side of the city that is culturally rich and vibrant. It was traditionally a coal mining town, steeped in the Industrial Revolution, and is now is home to several business headquarters, including tech companies and software development brands. The central business districts of Newcastle include the Quayside, the Central Station area and Haymarket.

 

Some of the most famous attractions in Newcastle include the Tyne Bridge, Grey’s Monument, Newcastle Castle, the Angel of the North and The Cluny. Newcastle also has its own successful football club, Newcastle United, who play at St James’ Park.

 

Office Space in Newcastle

Commercial space in Newcastle ranges from offices housed in traditional Georgian buildings to modern developments that offer contemporary premises. Both private and shared offices can be found here, with a choice of serviced and unserviced spaces for businesses to choose from, presented furnished or unfurnished depending on the companies needs.

 

Many of the commercial properties can be found right in the heart of the city, making it a convenient location for commuters and providing access to the many amenities that the city has to offer. For staff driving into the office each day, there are several car parks in the city centre that are conveniently located within walking distance.

 

Nearby Areas

Newcastle upon Tyne is framed by South Shields to the east, Sunderland to the south, Northumberland to the north and the North Pennines to the west.

 

Transport Links

Workers in Newcastle offices benefit from convenient commutes to and from work with a number of transport connections in the city. Newcastle has a great railway Metro system which provides both underground and overground services, heading out towards Sunderland, South Shields and just south of the River Tyne. The city also has numerous bus routes which make for easy access to the surrounding towns and neighbourhoods. The main bus stations are at Eldon Square, Gateshead Interchange, Park Lane Interchange and Haymarket. There is a hybrid electric bus service known as QuayLink that commuters can also benefit from.

 

Newcastle Airport is located around six miles from the city centre for domestic and international travel. If you are travelling by car, there are many parking garages and car parks in the area that are affordable.

 

Food and Drink in Newcastle

Newcastle is renowned for being a great shopping destination, with Eldon Square and Grey Street the most popular spots for retail therapy. There are also several departments stores here, including John Lewis and Fenwick. For picking up kitchen essentials and lunch, there are supermarkets close by, including Waitrose, Sainsbury's and Tesco in and around the Eldon Square area.

 

For grabbing dinner after a day in the office, Chinatown is situated on Stowell Street while cuisines such as French, Greek and Italian can all be easily found in the main city centre. Newcastle’s nightlife is renowned too, so you won’t be short of places to grab drinks or let your hair down after the working day ends.

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