Interest from office-hunters is predicted to be high for a new £2m Gateshead office development that boasts Grade A space in a highly-visible location, adjacent to the iconic Tyne Bridge.
Adderstone Group has appointed Knight Frank to market its 5,259 sq ft Tyne Bridge House office space, situated on Bottle Bank, which could accommodate up to around 50 staff.
With over 20 million cars passing it every year, Tyne Bridge House will be, arguably, Newcastle and Gateshead’s most prominent office location – delivering a significant benefit for the occupier’s brand.
The two-storey building, which sits in front of the Curzon Place residential development and slightly higher up the bank from the Hilton hotel, has a roof terrace which benefits from stunning, panoramic views over the River Tyne and towards The Sage Gateshead.
The property is under construction and due to be completed Q4 2020.
Melanie Brown, Adderstone Group’s Commercial Estates Manager, said: “The office will make a fantastic self-contained headquarters. The location is excellent and set to get even better as a result of the significant development happening on Gateshead Quays, including the £260m Arena scheme, plus it benefits from a number of outstanding bars and restaurants like Trakol at By The River Brew, just a short walk away.”
Tyne Bridge House will have a spectacular full height curved glazed façade, double-height reception with a feature spiral staircase leading to a roof terrace, parking, cycle storage and shower facilities. It will also be equipped with high performance acoustic glazing and filtered fresh air systems. The site is just a three-minute walk from Gateshead Metro Station, providing connections across the North East.
Patrick Matheson, partner, at Knight Frank Newcastle, adds: “Demand for offices in NewcastleGateshead remains strong. We are expecting a lot of interest in this office development – the sustainable location really is outstanding. There is an opportunity for the occupier to work with Adderstone Group, to incorporate their requirements into the final design.”