Quality office space available after six-figure investment

Quality offices in the heart of Newcastle City Centre are now available to let following a six figure investment.

Owners of the Collingwood Buildings, based on Collingwood Street, Newcastle, recently invested £300,000 in updating the boutique business centre, which boasts luxury amenities including shower facilities and complimentary beverages.

The Collingwood Buildings is a collection of 130 fully furnished offices, 35 of which are currently available. The suites, which are on the market with leading North East chartered surveyors and estate agents Bradley Hall, range from 125sq ft to 2,000 sq ft.

Neil Hart, managing director at Bradley Hall, said: “The Collingwood Buildings stand out as a collection of the region’s most impressive office suites thanks to the newly refurbished interiors, additional facilities and the benefit of its fantastic city centre location.

“Opportunities to occupy spaces like this, especially at such a fair rental cost, don’t come around very often. We anticipate the suites to be filled very quickly after coming to market.”

Other benefits include; full air conditioning, reception and professional telephone answering service, wheelchair access, two lifts, meeting and boardroom access as well as daily and scheduled cleaning. The offices also have high speed broadband connection and telephone line rental, a secure bicycle storage area with kitchen and restroom facilities available on each floor.

Kim Carradice, sales manager for Collingwood Buildings, said: “The recent investment allowed us to update the available space to provide high quality, luxury boutique office suites for the next tenants.

“The facilities in the building are also unrivalled, offering tenants an excellent professional environment including fast broadband internet connection, full reception services and board and meeting room access, as well as luxury extras including showers and complimentary beverages.”

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