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Originally a 1930s car garage, this renovated building is a unique managed business centre for companies working in and around the cultural, creative, digital and tech industries. From internationally renowned design studios, high growth tech firms and award-winning theatre companies to exciting new start-ups and those looking to grow their business empire, the centre is home to some of Sheffield's most inspiring cultural, creative, and digital businesses. Located at the gateway to the city centre, opposite Sheffield train station, facilities include dedicated tenant services and maintenance teams, high-speed broadband, secure 24-hour access, a roof terrace with city-wide views, meeting rooms and event spaces for up to 200 people. All offices are unique and range from small studios, to open and spacious rooms with high ceilings and large feature windows. Sizes range from 99sq.ft to 3479sq.ft, with many spaces in between. Home for anyone with a digital and creative business idea to start and scale their company, to those looking to grow and expand, this business centre can accommodate your changing needs quickly and easily. Longer-term leases are available for the larger units. Driven by creating a community, companies located within this centre are directly connected, those within the Cultural Industries Quarter and the wider city region. The experienced on-site team curate a regular programme of networking and social events in partnership with organisations from across the county, alongside offering free social, and health and wellbeing activities for tenants to enjoy throughout the year. A destination for creativity, the building is also home to an independently programmed four-screen cinema and Café Bar serving locally sourced produce from sustainable suppliers, providing exclusive benefits to the building's on-site tenants and employees.
This business centre, positioned in the heart of Sheffield's Cultural Industries Quarter, is a unique concentration of creative and cultural businesses, venues, galleries, and bars. Located at the gateway to the city centre, the building benefits from excellent transport links, with easy access to the M1 and has Sheffield's railway station and transport interchange on its doorstep. The station provides a direct rail link to many UK cities including London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, and Edinburgh. All areas of the building are fully accessible with flat ground floor access and elevators to all levels which have accessible toilets.