Office space Tynemouth : Serviced, Shared and Unfurnished Offices

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Office space in Tynemouth

Right next door to Newcastle but surrounded by a beautiful coastline, Tynemouth is a high profile area that has something to offer everyone. Office Genie’s guide to the area presents the benefits to businesses of locating in Tynemouth and the opportunities to rent commercial space there.

Why choose offices in Tynemouth?

Tynemouth is a wealthy, upmarket suburb of Tyne & Wear where property prices are at the higher end, but you get what you pay for as a business: there is a constant flow of potential customers to the area. People are drawn to Tynemouth by its well-known market at Tynemouth Metro station and its historic buildings, dramatic views and award-winning beaches, which attract people from around the world.

As well as visitors, it attracts and keeps residents who are looking for a calmer pace of life than nearby cities. It offers this, but at the same time is fully served, presenting a prosperous and competitive town that many smaller businesses call home.

The town also benefits significantly from its proximity to the city of Newcastle – a big business hub that contributes £13 billion towards the UK’s GVA. Newcastle is the commercial, educational and, in partnership with nearby Gateshead, the cultural focus for North East England. Newcastle's economy includes corporate headquarters, learning, digital technology, retail, tourism and cultural centres.

Travelling between Tynemouth and Newcastle is simple via the Metro system; the journey can be made in just over 20 minutes, or is driveable in about the same time via the A1. The Metro also connects Newcastle city with Newcastle International Airport, which also takes approximately 20 minutes.

There are also connections between Newcastle train station and other big cities, with half-hourly trains to London Kings Cross, calling at Durham, Darlington, York, Doncaster, Newark North Gate and Peterborough, and north to Scotland.

Office space options in Tynemouth

There’s a strong range of office spaces for rent through Office Genie, which range from executive business centres to converted historical buildings. You’ll need to consider your business and budget needs to get that ideal space: do you want to pay for a fully serviced office with everything you need, or prefer to lease an unfurnished space at the cheap end of the scale? Or perhaps you’re only looking for a more flexible, deskspace rental within a shared office.

At Office Genie you can create a shortlist of suitable properties you find here – as many as you want – and then request more information online. If you’re struggling to find what you want you can give us a call to discuss your needs.

Rent shared deskspace, serviced and leased offices in Tynemouth with Office Genie