Serviced Offices Wakefield (Office Space to Let)

Rent the perfect serviced office for all your organizational needs in Wakefield. We list business centres with multiple spaces of all sizes available in the building.

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Tileyard North, Wakefield, WF1 5FY
Private serviced offices
4 to 116 people
From £1,100/mo.

Various office spaces for rent with an industrial feel in a former warehouse.

  • 24 hour access
  • Café
  • Disabled access
  • Onsite manager
  • Phone booths
  • and more...
  • Icon: Rail Station Wakefield Kirkgate (3 mins walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Wakefield Westgate (12 mins walk)

About Wakefield 

Situated in West Yorkshire, Wakefield is a huge commercial hub of the north of England, offering a wide selection of modern office space to rent. It is a great mix of modern developments and natural countryside, studded with historic landmarks and architecture. From Chantry Bridge and Wakefield Town Hall to the Cathedral in the heart of the city, there are numerous landmarks here. There is a wide variety of companies based in offices in the city, from finance firms to IT consultants and professional services. There are also huge global companies based here, including drinks manufacturers and insurance companies. 


Office Space to Rent in Wakefield

Wakefield provides numerous contemporary office spaces in the city that are perfect for private or shared needs. Close to the transport connections in the area, these premises can be rented on a flexible basis and are suitable for businesses of all different sizes, from small teams to companies with teams of over 200 people. Serviced or managed needs can be accommodated in Wakefield, providing businesses with plenty of flexibility. 


Nearby Areas

The surrounding areas of Wakefield include East Moor, Flanshaw, Thornes and Wrenthorpe. The city of Leeds is just over 11 miles from Wakefield, while Barnsley is 12 miles south of the city. 


Transport Links

Offices in Wakefield are well-served by a number of transport connections. Wakefield’s train station provides connections to London in just two hours, as well as Bradford, Doncaster, Plymouth, Nottingham and Sheffield, among others. For those driving to and from work each day, Wakefield sits at the intersection of the M1 and M62 motorways for connections to London, Hull and Manchester. Wakefield also has a great bus network for accessing nearby towns and villages. Leeds Bradford International Airport is 50 minutes away for domestic and international flights. 


Food and Drink in Wakefield

Wakefield has a great selection of places to eat, from hillside pubs to popular local eateries like Bella Roma and the Mex Cantina. For drinks after a day in the office, there is the Plough Inn and the Waggon and Horses, which each have a great atmosphere, as well as the Victorian-inspired Hogarths. Wakefield has a great mix of coffee shops too, such as Create Coffee as well as chains like Costa Coffee. 


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