Exeter Office Space & Serviced Offices for Rent

Exeter is a bustling commercial city that is well-served by transports links with the M5 motorway, two railway stations and Exeter International Airport providing excellent access across the UK and overseas. Rich in history and charm, Exeter is home to museums, national parks, restaurants and shopping centres. A premier location for businesses, bright modern offices are available to rent in premium business centres and converted period buildings.

Southernhay Gardens, Exeter, EX1
(In Central Exeter)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 60 people/100 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Exeter Central (7 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Exeter St. Thomas (11 min walk)

Glass-fronted Grade A building boasting reception services and conference facilities offers versatile workspaces on flexible rentals. Amenities include parking, mail handling, a board room and an outdoor seating area.

Yeoford Way, Exeter, EX2
(In Central Exeter)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 20 people/100 sq ft to 694 sq ft

Professional, unbranded workspaces provided at a commercial property with free parking, disabled facilities and an onsite café. CAT6, IT/admin support, reception services, training rooms, showers and bike racks are provided.

Emperor Way, Exeter, EX1
(In Central Exeter)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 50 people/100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Pinhoe (12 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Digby & Sowton (14 min walk)

Business centre surrounded by green space with easy motorway access provides office suites at economical rates. The building offers video conferencing facilities, outdoor seating, bicycle storage and lounge areas.

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About Exeter

The city of Exeter is situated on the River Exe in Devon and since the 19th century was an affluent centre for the production of wool. Today, Exeter is a business and tourism centre with a number of prestigious corporations renting offices in the area.

Industry in Exeter developed early in the Industrial Revolution, mainly due to its proximity to the fast-flowing River Exe and the ready access to water power. But when steam power became more popular in the 19th century, Exeter was considered too far from the necessary coal and iron resources for industry to grow any more. Development of the canals allowed Exeter to expand their economy with goods from Topsham to the City Quay and in 1770, a bridge was opened that ran across the River Exe. 

Many historic buildings in the city during World War II, so large areas of the city were rebuilt. The modern architecture is in complete contrast to the older red sandstone structures that had survived the war. 

 

Offices to Rent in Exeter

Considered one of the top ten most profitable locations for a business to be based, Exeter offers businesses a wide choice of office availability at affordable rents. There is a mix of office space in converted older-style buildings in the city centre, as well as modern, contemporary business centres located in business parks on the outskirts of the city, offering various types of office space, serviced premises, meeting rooms and state-of-the-art facilities.

 

Transport Connections

Exeter provides ample transport links, making it an excellent location to rent office space. The M5 motorway runs from Birmingham to Exeter, connecting with the M4 to London and South Wales. The A38 links Exeter with Plymouth and Cornwall, whilst the A30 runs through to Okehampton.

There are three main rail stations in Exeter; St David’s is a major interchange for the south west whilst the Exeter Central station serves the city centre and outlying areas better, as well as being the main route to London Waterloo. Exeter St Thomas station serves the west of the city and there are a further six suburban railway stations.

Exeter has an excellent bus service with many routes leading in and out of the city centre. There is also a country bus service that links with regional areas around the city. 

Exeter International Airport, approximately four miles from the city centre, services worldwide destinations across Europe and as far as Canada. 

 

Shopping, Restaurants and Leisure

The main Princesshay shopping centre, which joins the High Street and Cathedral Close, is the largest in the city and is home to a plethora of retail stores, high street names, fashion brands, cafes and eateries.  Alongside office premises, the city centre provides a substantial variety of shopping facilities, with the High Street mainly home to national retail chains. 

There are a multitude of pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants throughout Exeter serving a diverse range of national and international cuisine. Exeter has many established hotels in and around the city, ideal for people visiting Exeter for pleasure or for business.

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