Cardiff Offices & Serviced Office Space to Rent

Cardiff, the capital city and commercial hub of Wales, is a thriving business location with many major companies basing their headquarters in the city. Over the past couple of decades, Cardiff has seen substantial developments from the days of its coal mining industry. There is a variety of office space based in modern, serviced business centres and industrial warehouses conversions on the docks. With excellent business facilities, superb transport links nationally and internationally, in addition to an abundance of well-situated hotels and shopping outlets, Cardiff is the perfect location for international businesses.

Fitzalan Road, Cardiff, CF24
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 70 people/100 sq ft to 7,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Queen St. (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Central (8 min walk)

Contemporary commercial property in central Cardiff offers bright workspaces benefiting from citywide views. Amenities include 24-hour access and security, superfast internet, meeting rooms, day care facilities and showers.

Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 45 people/100 sq ft to 4,500 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cathays (8 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Ninian Park (11 min walk)

Grade II listed building with roof terrace and garden views offers renovated interiors and bespoke fully-furnished modern office suites. Conference facilities, IT/admin support, ISDN, parking and reception services are offered.

Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 60 people/100 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cathays (8 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Ninian Park (11 min walk)

Edwardian period property with refurbished modern interiors offers fully-serviced, unbranded workspaces. A professional reception, boardroom, VoIP, security system, ample parking and IT/admin support are provided.

Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 50 people/100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cathays (8 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Ninian Park (11 min walk)

Fully-refurbished commercial property with suspended ceilings provides unbranded offices boasting market-leading telecoms and a prestigious location. Conference facilities, CAT6, VPN, bike racks and parking feature.

Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 50 people/100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cathays (9 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Ninian Park (10 min walk)

Grade II listed converted former synagogue provides bespoke office solutions on flexible agreements. The period property enjoys excellent transport links, reception services, air conditioning, meeting rooms and 24-hour access.

Fitzalan Place, Cardiff, CF24
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 2 to 300 people/160 sq ft to 40,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Queen St. (3 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Central (10 min walk)

Bright, modern offices spread over 6 floors available in Cardiff business district premises. The recently-refurbished building boasts raised floors, suspended ceilings, air conditioning, a staffed reception and 24-hour access.

East Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF24
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 75 people/100 sq ft to 7,500 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Queen St. (11 min walk)

Trendy newly-refurbished business hub in a Grade II listed period building offers ultra-modern, unbranded workspaces on flexible rentals. Benefits include a courtyard, free gym, onsite café, parking, bike racks, and shuttle bus.

Falcon Drive, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10
(In Central Cardiff)
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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 Cardiff Bay (5 min walk)

Waterfront building with bay views and great transport links provides spacious contemporary offices enjoying natural light. Video conferencing and AV equipment are provided, as are superfast WiFi, reception services and parking.

Malthouse Avenue, Cardiff, CF23
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 65 people/100 sq ft to 6,500 sq ft

Business Centre with good motorway access offers professional, modern workplaces surrounded by green space. Amenities include air conditioning, meeting rooms, a business lounge, outdoor areas, parking and disabled access.

Cardiff Road, Barry, CF63
(In Central Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • Coworking Space
  • 1 to 200 people/100 sq ft to 20,000 sq ft
  • Icon: Rail Station Cadoxton (9 min walk)

Business Centre providing flexible serviced offices with a café on premises, free gym and car parking, secure 24/7 access, breakout areas, IT support, reception and onsite manager.

Western Industrial Estate, Caerphilly, CF83
(8.02 miles from Cardiff)
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  • Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
  • 1 to 50 people/100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft

Modern Business Centre offers flexible agreements for professional workspaces which are fully IT and telecoms-enabled. Additional amenities include high-speed internet, ample car parking, bike racks, CCTV and shower facilities.

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Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is the country’s major commercial centre, a popular tourist area, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales. In the early 19th century, Cardiff became a major port for coal transport and the city began to grow significantly. Since the 1980s, Cardiff has undergone major development with a new waterfront area in Cardiff Bay, the Wales Millennium Centre arts complex, a new business district, Cardiff International Sports Village, a BBC drama village, and the Principality Stadium.

Cardiff was granted city status in 1905 and with that came the building of several national institutions, such as the University of Wales and the Welsh National War Memorial. Industry has been a major driver of Cardiff’s development over the years, firstly in coal and later in iron and steel from Merthyr Tydfil. Cardiff’s port area, known as Tiger Bay, was the busiest port in the world at one time. Today, after years of decline, the port is steadily growing again. 

The main finance and business hub in Wales, the city was recently 7th overall in the top 50 European cities in the fDI 2008 Cities of the Future list. A number of high-profile companies have their office headquarters based in Cardiff. 

 

Business Premises in Cardiff

Cardiff has many office towers, such as Brunel House and Capital Tower, which provide a wide range of private and open plan serviced office suites at affordable rental prices and flexible terms. There is a mix of converted period and listed buildings as well as modern, eco-friendly and contemporary business centres with high-tech facilities, meeting rooms and conference centres.

 

Transport Connections

Cardiff boasts excellent transport links, making it an ideal location for companies to rent office space. Cardiff Central railway station, the largest in Wales, provides direct access to Bridgend and Newport, as well as long-distance services to Wrexham, Holyhead, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and London. Cardiff Queen Street railway station is the hub for routes via the Valley Line, connecting with South Wales Valleys.

Cardiff Airport offers national and international flights, is situated in Rhoose just 10 miles from the city, and is the only airport in Wales. 

The M4 motorway connects Cardiff with Swansea to the west, and Newport and London to the east. Major roads in and out of the city, as well as linking to all areas of Wales, are the A48(M), the A470 and the A4232. 

Cardiff has a comprehensive bus network which connects with coach services, and provides access to areas of Wales as well as other major cities. 

 

Food and Leisure 

Office tenants in Cardiff have access to a wide range of amenities. Cardiff’s main shopping area is in the city centre, principally around Queen Street and St Mary Street, but there are also large retail parks nearby in Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff Bay and Newport Road. The St David’s Centre is one of the largest shopping centres in the UK and features an array of department stores, high street names, fashion outlets, independent shops, cafes and eateries. 

There are a wide variety of excellent hotels in the city as well as restaurants offering a varied range of cuisine. 

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