Serviced Office Space in Aberdeen to Let

Aberdeen, a cultural and diverse city, benefits from excellent shopping, travel links and easy access to Aberdeen’s international airport. Modern commercial offices sit alongside converted period office space in the city centre, the North Dee Business Quarter and Aberdeen Harbour.

Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB11
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 600 people
From £460/mo.

Impressive business property in a central location provides design-led workplace solutions with plenty of natural light. Superfast WiFi, breakout areas, reception services, an onsite café and disabled facilities are provided.

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Union Street, Aberdeen, AB10
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 90 people
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Contemporary commercial property in a prime central location, benefits from high-tech meeting rooms, super-fast Wi-Fi and a professional reception service. Fully accessible 24/7 with shower facilities and bicycle racks.

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Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, AB25
Private offices (serviced)
2 to 64 people
From £400/mo.

Furnished private offices in a traditional, detached building near the city’s main train station. The property benefits from a sleek business lounge, reception, and boardroom.

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Chapel St, Aberdeen, AB10
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 250 people
From £420/mo.

Central furnished offices with reception, onsite manager, 24/7 access/security, and meeting/board rooms. The property benefits from disabled facilities, bicycle storage, and showers.

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Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 260 people
From £420/mo.

Air-conditioned offices in a modern, city centre building. Property enjoys trendy business lounges and meeting rooms, 24/7 security and access, secure parking, showers, and bicycle storage.

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Carden Place, Aberdeen, AB10
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 60 people
From £420/mo.

Modern business centre offers spacious and bright office space benefiting from meeting rooms equipped with AV technology, kitchen space with free tea and coffee, and cleaning services. Super-fast internet and VoIP telecoms included.

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Riverside Drive, Aberdeen, AB11
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 300 people
From £510/mo.

City centre business centre providing lounge space, conference rooms, an on-site café, gym facilities and a manned reception. Benefits from on-site parking and nearby transport links. Call answering and mail handling services provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Aberdeen (12 min walk)
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Queen's Gardens, Aberdeen, AB15
Private offices (serviced)
2 to 163 people
From £440/mo.

This central Victorian property offers private/shared offices with bright, modern interiors and period features, benefiting from high ceilings, large windows, boardrooms and meeting rooms.

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Queens Road, Aberdeen, AB15
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 55 people
From £170/mo.

19th-Century listed building with open-plan offices near main train station, and multiple attractions/entertainment. The property boasts meeting rooms, a reception, on-site parking and cycle storage.

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Rubislaw Den North, Aberdeen, AB15
Private offices (serviced)
2 to 45 people
From £426/mo.

This prestigious location offers easy airport access. Provides high-speed internet, free parking, shower facilities, a reception, boardroom, private gardens with outdoor furniture, and bike storage.

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Hill of Rubislaw, Aberdeen, AB15
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 500 people
From £210/mo.

Newly-renovated business centre with good rail, road and city-centre access offers flexible workspaces on affordable terms, boasting meeting rooms, ultrafast internet, concierge services, 24/7 access, parking and an onsite café.

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Badentoy Park, Portlethen, AB12
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 60 people
From £370/mo.

Affordable office accommodation with onsite parking is available in a business park with easy town centre, motorway and coastal access. Contemporary open-plan office suites are offered on all-inclusive, flexible terms.

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Arnhall Business Park, Westhill, AB32
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £450/mo.

Contemporary business accommodation provides bright, affordable office suites on flexible terms. The property provides a staffed reception, meeting rooms, administrative support and secure free onsite parking.

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Prospect Road, Westhill, AB32
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 300 people
From £420/mo.

Bespoke office space boasting raised floors and suspended ceilings is available in this smart business park featuring amenities including meeting rooms, a breakout space, reception services, parking and disabled facilities.

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Kingseat Business Park, Newmchar, AB21
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 60 people
From £390/mo.

Modern Business Centre in an attractive rural location enjoys good motorway, airport and coastal access. Its spacious, affordable office suites benefit from onsite parking, meeting rooms and reception services.

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About Aberdeen

Aberdeen is an historic city in Scotland, home to a wide range of businesses. Known for its Victorian architecture and use of granite, which is found on many of the office buildings and led to the nickname of Granite City, Aberdeen has many notable buildings and forty-five parks and gardens. Former industries in Aberdeen include shipbuilding, fishing and textiles. Today, Aberdeen is home to a wide range of companies, predominantly those in the agriculture, electronics and oil industries. Other businesses present in Aberdeen include media, finance and education companies. 

 

Office Properties in Aberdeen

Office space in Aberdeen is found in both refurbished period properties and modern developments, containing private offices and coworking space for companies of all sizes. Companies have the option of serviced and managed office premises, depending on the needs of the business. Business centres in Aberdeen provide a wide range of facilities such as meeting and conference rooms, break out space, super-fast Wi-Fi and professionally manned receptions. Renowned as the offshore capital of Europe, investment in the North Sea has led to several major and independent oil companies building new global offices in Aberdeen. New development in Aberdeen has seen the building of modern serviced offices in dedicated business premises on the outskirts of the city centre. More central are period Victorian properties that have been converted into stylish office suites. 

 

Transport Connections

Aberdeen Airport in the north of the city serves domestic and international destinations, ideal for businesses trading with Europe and beyond. Office tenants benefit from the railway station which provides frequent direct trains to the major cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and London. Numerous bus routes make it easy to travel throughout the city. With the Western Peripheral Route now completed, Aberdeen has six major roads leading in and out of the city. Aberdeen Harbour is the largest in North Scotland and provides a reliable ferry route to Orkney and Shetland.

 

Eateries and Shops

There are several main shopping centres in Aberdeen and major retail parks outside the city centre providing an abundance of shopping opportunities, independent fashion boutiques and department stores to explore after a day in the office. Restaurants to suit any taste are throughout the city together with cosmopolitan bars, cafes and traditional pubs. Aberdeen is almost unrivalled in its leisure options and attracts tourists in vast numbers, boosting local business greatly.

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