Serviced Offices Sunderland (Furnished Office Space) to Rent

Sunderland is a city in Tyne & Wear, on the mouth of the River Wear, and was historically a strong port trading in coal and salt. Today, the town is a commercial centre for the automotive, science, service and technology industries. There is an abundance of modern serviced business centres providing a variety of flexible office space at affordable rental rates. Transport links are excellent with two railway stations, regular bus services and Newcastle Airport a short distance away, which is easily accessible via Sunderland’s Metro.

Bedford Street, Sunderland, SR1
Private offices (serviced)
2 to 30 people
From £190/mo.

Self-contained office suites area available at this red-brick, city-centre commercial property with easy rail and road connections. Bright workspaces enjoy amenities including 24-hour access and free parking.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Sunderland (4 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Seaburn (1.5 miles)
Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR6
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £210/mo.

Architecturally-striking modern business centre with good motorway and rail access offers flexible, affordable workspaces. The building benefits from free car parking, 24/7 access and security and offers administration services.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Sunderland (12 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Seaburn (1.1 miles)
Admiral Way, Sunderland, SR3
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 65 people
From £190/mo.

Contemporary office accommodation is available in this business park location which benefits from an onsite café and reception services. Disabled facilities, showers, a business lounge and outdoor seating feature.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Sunderland (3.7 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station Seaham (4.0 miles)
Jarrow, NE32
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 35 people
From £420/mo.

Historic former police station retaining impressive period features offers unbranded, air-conditioned suites enjoying onsite amenities including conference facilities, VoIP, fibre-optic broadband, 24/7 entry and disabled access.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Brockley Whins (1.4 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station East Boldon (3.3 miles)
West Percy Street, North Shields, NE29
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £150/mo.

Self-contained office suites near the town centre and metro stop are offered across three red-brick buildings with allocated parking. Modern workspaces benefit from telecoms, IT support, security and their own private entrances.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Brockley Whins (3.4 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station East Boldon (4.5 miles)
William Street, Gateshead, NE10
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 80 people
From £210/mo.

Commercial property with access to nearby metro stations and motorways provides colourful modern interiors, a large atrium and spacious office suites with air conditioning. A staffed reception, onsite café and parking feature.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Heworth (6 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (2.1 miles)
Orion Way, North Shields, NE29
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 55 people
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Affordable business space benefiting from motorway access and ample parking is provided in a contemporary commercial property. Open-plan offices enjoy amenities including IT support, disabled facilities and an onsite café.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Brockley Whins (3.5 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station Heworth (4.7 miles)
Kingfisher Way, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE28 9NX
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 100 people
From £160/mo.

Spacious, open-plan office space is available on flexible terms at this modern business centre with great transport links and free parking. Breakout areas, VoIP, meeting rooms, a manned reception and 24/7 secure entry feature.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Brockley Whins (3.9 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station Cramlington (4.8 miles)
Quayside, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £310/mo.

Modern riverside property offers fully-equipped office suites boasting market-leading technology and superb quayside views. Meeting rooms, air conditioning, IT support, parking and reception services are provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (5 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Newcastle (12 min walk)
Maingate, Gateshead, NE11
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 60 people
From £210/mo.

Business Centre occupying a prestigious building with disabled access offers flexible workspaces on monthly leases. A staffed reception, business lounge, shower facilities and video conferencing technology are provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Dunston (12 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Newcastle (1.7 miles)
Bemont Industrial Estate, Durham, DH1
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 55 people
From £120/mo.

Commercial property offering professional workspaces on flexible terms provides high-speed broadband and 24-hour access. Amenities include an onsite café, IT support, telecoms, meeting rooms and free parking.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Durham (2.1 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station Chester-le-Street (4.7 miles)
Dean Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 70 people
From £220/mo.

Impressive Grade II listed Edwardian property in a central location boasting traditional features provides attractive office space on flexible rentals. Lockers, showers, bike storage and a breakout area are provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (4 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Newcastle (5 min walk)
Clavering Place, Newcastle, NE1
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 55 people
From £250/mo.

Business Centre situated in an attractive period building provides unbranded, air-conditioned office space at affordable rates. Facilities include meeting rooms, reception services, VoIP, parking and 24-hour entryphone access.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Newcastle (3 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Manors (6 min walk)

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About Sunderland

Sunderland forms part of the City of Sunderland borough in Tyne and Wear – a bustling city just ten miles south-east from Newcastle. While it was once known as an engineering city, there are now several well-known companies working in Sunderland office space, including a well-known car manufacturer, as well as supermarket distribution centres, craft breweries and clothing manufacturers.

In addition to its football club, Sunderland is also famous for the Sunderland Air Show and its sandy beaches that draw tourists to the coast. The city is a diverse destination and that is reflected in the types of property here and the businesses that choose it as their location.

 

Types of Office in Sunderland

Small to medium-sized companies will benefit from commercial properties in Sunderland, with flexible rental agreements available on serviced or managed terms. There is a choice of private and shared offices here to suit the needs of individual businesses, as well as a mix of furnished and unfurnished premises.

 

Nearby Areas

Sunderland sits on the north-east coast, with South Shields to the north, Washington to the west, Seaham to the south and Durham to the south-west.

 

Transport Connections

Sunderland offers numerous convenient transport links, making it a great option for office rentals. Sunderland has a mainline station which provides direct routes to Kings Cross in London as well as Newcastle, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Liverpool, among others. There are three Metro stations in the city with regular routes to Newcastle and the airport for commuters or business trips. Sunderland is served by the nearby Newcastle Airport which is just a Metro ride away, with journeys taking around 55 minutes.

 

Eateries and Leisure Time

As a large city, Sunderland has a diverse mix of restaurants for office workers to choose from, including chain restaurants, fast-food outlets and independent eateries that are local to the area. There are also plenty of supermarkets in Sunderland, ideal for picking up a quick lunch or snacks on the go. The city has numerous high street shops and department stores, many housed in the Bridges Shopping Centre. Despite being a city, Sunderland also has plenty of open spaces and parks, including Mowbray Park and Backhouse Park, with Roker Park to the north side of the city.

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