A lift in the restrictions on working from home is seeing a flood of enquiries looking for good quality commercial property in the region.
One provider of office space and business community benefits, Commerce House, is experiencing the uplift as there is only four larger offices left, all of which will prove popular with SME’s in the region.
Spread across the building from the practical ground floor with external access up to the stunning sixth floor complete with parquet flooring and views of the city, the offices available host between eight and 12 desks.
The space comes complete with all mod cons including furniture, broadband, manned reception, cleaning, telephone lines, access to high quality amenities and meeting space and much more! Overseen by Christine Huntington, facilities manager at the renovated Grade II listed building in the heart of TS1, Commerce House is a game changer postcode and environment for those planning a successful future. Christine said:
“Our recruitment process for tenants is quite particular as we are keen that all of the businesses in the building really benefit from being here. We offer very high-quality facilities that our tenant’s client’s value, and the businesses that reside here really thrive.
“Throughout the pandemic, the work at home restrictions have meant that a rare opportunity has arisen to snap up some of our office space, for those looking for slightly bigger workplaces for between eight and 12 people. They won’t be around for long though, so if you are interested, please get in touch to arrange a viewing quickly!”
The business community also offers incredible meeting space, a boardroom, a business lounge, hot desking and virtual tenancy. Christine continued:
“The virtual tenancy has been and remains popular. Bookings for the boardroom have flooded in for the last few weeks, for people wanting to meet colleagues, have board meetings, brainstorms or hold training sessions. We offer minimum of two hours, half or full day packages which include refreshments, and we can even provide a working lunch! The full use of the facilities comes with this booking including a large TV to view presentations. And once again hot desking is also a viable option, meaning those who need a professional environment to work from a few days a week or month could utilise these facilities.”
Popular for events prior to the pandemic, Commerce House has hosted several occasions for NEECC, City Ladies and training events, including GDPR and mental wellbeing as well as tenants hosting events there too. Christine concluded:
“We are very excited to start hosting events here for all our tenants and customers again. We also can’t wait to bring our Commerce House Networking Hub into the building in September for the very first time – this was launched on zoom at the start of the year, and I know how much everyone is keen to meet each other face to face! We also hope to have a very influential and motivational speaker so watch this space!”