Serviced Offices in Liverpool (Office Space for Rent)

Discover serviced offices in Liverpool to rent. The business centres listed below each contain office space in a variety of sizes to suit all requirements.

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Tithebarn St, Liverpool, L2
Private serviced offices
2 to 1800 people
From £450/mo.

Period building offering pet-friendly office accommodation. Amenities onsite include a café, shower facilities with lockers, bike storage and meeting rooms. Offices benefit from disabled access, CCTV, 3 phase power, Wi-Fi and air conditioning.

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Chapel Street, Liverpool, L3
Private serviced offices
2 to 120 people
From £500/mo.

Unbranded, air-conditioned workspaces with easy rail, bus and airport links are provided in a waterside building boasting river views. The property benefits from an in-house café, showers, breakout areas, bike racks and parking.

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Bixteth Street, Liverpool, L3
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £248/mo.

Recently-refurbished Grade II listed building in a prime location offers workspace solutions with ultrafast broadband. Onsite amenities include meeting rooms, breakout spaces, an onsite café, events space and a roof garden.

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Exchange Flags, Liverpool, L2
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £440/mo.

Landmark Grade II listed period property offers Grade A office accommodation with air conditioning, market-leading technology and disabled access. A staffed reception, business lounge, showering facilities and parking feature.

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Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £500/mo.

Refurbished landmark building with suspended ceilings provides unbranded workspaces and a business lounge moments from the train station. Parking, training rooms, showers, a breakout space and an onsite café are provided.

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Lord Street, Liverpool, L2
Private serviced offices
2 to 45 people
From £500/mo.

Modern, unbranded offices are available in this refurbished town centre business accommodation with nearby rail and road links. The building benefits from meeting rooms, IT support, telecoms, lifts and bike racks.

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Mann Island, Liverpool, L3
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £398/mo.

Prominent waterfront building provides bright contemporary workspaces with citywide views on flexible terms. The property offers reception services, meeting rooms, a breakout area, WiFi, showers and 24/7 access and security.

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The Colonnades, Liverpool, L3
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £600/mo.

Attractive historic building in prime city location boasts comfy breakout space, meeting rooms, an on-site café and a spacious roof terrace. Provides high-speed internet, bike storage, showers and 24/7 access.

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Fleet Street, Liverpool, L1
Private serviced offices
2 to 120 people
From £360/mo.

Historic warehouse conversion with nearby transport links and funky open-plan interiors offers professional workspaces on flexible terms. Fully-equipped meeting rooms, superfast WiFi and beverages are available.

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Bridgewater Street, Liverpool, L1
Private serviced offices
2 to 40 people
From £140/mo.

Fully-furnished, open-plan creative office suites boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and city views are offered in a contemporary development with concierge services, showers, cycle racks, meeting rooms and an onsite gym.

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About Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the most popular cities in the UK for its balance of cosmopolitan ambiance, friendly locals and rich culture. Liverpool is a vibrant place to work in and has a fast-growing economy with a wide range of companies based in modern offices in the city. Tourism plays a big part in this, with many visiting because of the iconic locations made famous by The Beatles, but the city’s student population also plays a role – there are three big universities here.

 

Liverpool’s economy is dominated by service-sector industries. Retail and manufacturing for shipping companies account for a large amount of the city’s business. Liverpool is home to several headquarters for businesses in the retail and food industries, along with several automotive companies having offices here. The city is a base for several international shipping businesses, while the port handles millions of tonnes worth of cargo every year. But it is also a creative city, as evidenced by its musical history and independent enterprises.

 

The city is home to several key attractions, the most famous being sport. Liverpool has two local football teams, Liverpool and Everton, as well as being the setting for the world-famous Grand National each year. Other landmarks include LiverpoolOne – the largest outdoor shopping complex in Europe – the Maritime Museum, the Anglican Cathedral, Albert Dock and the Walker Art Gallery.

 

Types of Offices in Liverpool

Central Liverpool has numerous commercial premises for businesses working in the city. From private offices to shared coworking spaces, they are located in some of the city’s most desirable spots in Liverpool’s commercial districts. Offices in Liverpool can be rented on flexible terms to suit small, medium and large businesses, from two people to teams of over 300 staff.

 

Traffic can get busy in the city centre, particularly during commuting hours, so many people find that public transport is a better option compared to driving. However, some offices in this area have on-site car parking for staff driving to and from work each day. The city itself is walkable so staff will find that many office locations have amenities within walking distance.

 

Nearby Areas

Liverpool is separated from the Wirral Peninsular by the Mersey Estuary. This area is framed by Bootle, Crosby and Maghull, with Knowsley to the east and Sefton to the north.

 

Transport Links

Liverpool is a well-connected city, with the Merseyrail train service connecting it to other areas of Merseyside. Trains are regular here, running every 15 minutes so commuters can get from the office to other areas of Liverpool quickly. With London under 200 miles away, travellers can be in the capital in around two hours by train, making it ideal for companies with clients outside of Liverpool.

 

There are also several bus routes throughout the city, as well as direct road links to the main motorways for access to the Scottish border, Staffordshire, the Lake District and Birmingham. Mersey ferries go back and forth between the Wirral every 20 minutes during commuting hours and they also journey to Dublin, Belfast and the Isle of Man. John Lennon Airport offers European flights and also provides connections to Manchester International Airport less than an hour away.

 

Food, Drink & Entertainment

There is something for everyone in Liverpool, from culture and arts to a great nightlife and club scene. For eating and drinking, there are popular chains throughout the city as well as unique independent haunts, perfect for catching up with friends or colleagues after a day in the office. Bold Street has some of the best restaurants and cafés in the city, as well as a host of vintage shops to nip into on your lunch break. Lark Lane is the more bohemian part of the city and provides a great lunchtime wander with its many antique shops and boutiques.

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