Office space in Newcastle upon Tyne
Choose from over 5 locations in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Our office space in Newcastle upon Tyne is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needsOur serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Newcastle upon Tyne provide solutions for businesses of any size.
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Manchester City Centre is the thriving heart of this northern commercial hub with transport links to Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Benefitting from recent investment, Salford is home to the Salford Quays, a modern technology park attached to a vibrant entertainment district.
Considered the Canary Wharf of Manchester, Spinningfields is a commercial suburb that boasts gleaming office buildings and well-kept garden spaces.
Manchester Airport boasts a rich history in aviation and many amenities for when you are waiting for that next flight.
About office space in Newcastle upon Tyne
When considering office space in Newcastle, one would be remiss to overlook the competitive portfolio that Regus offers. Our well-equipped centres are fully furnished, offering business grade facilities and access to local amenities, all in order to facilitate a truly productive working environment. Our offices to rent provide flexible serviced office options, equipped with high-speed Internet, utilities, WiFi and modern furniture, in locations across Newcastle. Offices to let can offer you the space you need for a team expansion, the ability to move into a new market with ease, or even day office accommodation for those short term needs.
Newcastle Upon Tyne, more commonly referred to as Newcastle, is a university city in north-east England. Traditionally, the city was a powerhouse during the Industrial Revolution, a hub for manufacturing and shipbuilding. In the present day, it is home to a number of flourishing business in the creative and science industries. The city is well-connected, both physically and economically, to nearby Gateshead, situated just across the River Tyne. Its economic interests lie largely in retail, digital technology and learning. Its namesake university is a member of the Russell Group, while a number of large cultural venues support the arts and other activities. Frequent rail services to London and Edinburgh are supplanted by Newcastle International Airport, located just a 20 minute journey outside of the centre.
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