Firms Flock to Middlehaven to Enjoy the Rebirth of Middlesbrough’s Historical Heart

Firms Flock to Middlehaven to Enjoy the Rebirth of Middlesbrough’s Historical Heart
Added: 15/03/2017

As a Middlesbrough-based commercial property firm we have noticed a significant rise in the request for office space in Middlehaven.  Business owners are strategically moving their companies to Middlehaven to benefit from the area’s economic and visual rebirth.

Python Properties’ commercial building, Royal Middlehaven House, based on Gosford Road in Middlehaven, has become an exciting business hub in recently years, with new tenants relocating to the premises on a regular basis. 

The resurgence of Middlehaven is due to Middlesbrough Council’s extensive regeneration scheme and inward investment from private firms, like Python Properties. 

Refurbished Royal Middlehaven House is a state-of-the-art building, offering bespoke office space with the benefit of a manned reception, bistro, art gallery and secure car parking. 

Suites are available in size from 120 sq ft to 8,000 sq ft for highly competitive and flexible lease terms.  Virtual offices, with telephone and mailing services, are also available.  

 

Contact Details

For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact:  Martin Johnson or Peter Broome on 01642 247745, alternatively contact Lesley Jackson on 01642 242997.

www.pythonproperties.co.uk

 
 
 

     One of the points that were of main interest to us was the fact that we could plan the workspace and Martin & Peter really helped us through the process of planning the office. Since moving in we have been very impressed with their responsive and very proactive of working with us, if we have had any problems they have dealt with them straight away. They have monthly meetings where we meet up with all of the other tenants in the building and we talk through the issues we may have

Steve Taggart (North West Regional Manager)
Kinetic plc, Warrington (Current tenants, Bank Quay House)

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