Meanwhile House Cardiff, Cardiff - CF10 5DY
This centre specialise in providing fun and creative places to work at super-affordable prices. You can get your own private office from as little as £100/month. It offers monthly rolling contracts so you're never tied down. All types of business are welcome. The building is a two-storey office building built in the 1960s. An L-shaped floor plate creates two wings, one pointing north and the other west. It is heavily partitioned creating around 65 leasable spaces measuring 50-1000 square feet. Most rooms are light and painted bright colours. The lobby space on the ground floor will become a communal area with kitchen facilities available nearby. There is ample outdoor space for seating and bike parking. The project is set to fill up with Cardiff's small businesses and creatives and become an exciting place to work for all.
The site is just south of Cardiff Central train station and near to Brains Brewery. The area is set for huge redevelopment with a £500m scheme now underway. It is near other creative work spaces meaning there are lots of small businesses and freelancers in the area. There are plenty of local lunch options including Trade Street Cafe and Subway. The city centre is less than ten minutes walk away with all the amenities that come with it.
- Building Features
- Central heating
- WC (separate male/female)
- Business Support
- Breakout/Lounge Space
- On-site management team
- Postal facilities/mail handling
- IT / Telecomms
- IT support
- Shared Internet
- Services & Amenities
- Bike racks
- Board room
- Meeting rooms
- Recycling facilities
- Workspace Features
- City/town centre
- Close to mainline train station
Local Area Info
Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the most populous city in the country. Tourism is a major industry for the region and the city has been under major redevelopment for a few years which has seen the creation of many new tourist and cultural attractions. Cardiff was awarded the European City of Sport award in 2009.
Industry plays a large part in the economy of the city, particularly coal, iron and steel refinement. Other chief sectors include finance and services which, along with the public sector, have been major growth engines for the local economy. Some of the large companies which are based in the city include HBOS, The AA, Zurich and ING Direct.
They city is served by the Cardiff Airport which provides both domestic and international links. Cardiff also has an extensive road and public transportation system making it an excellent choice for office relocation.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731