Located to the north of Nottingham city centre, Arnold Business Centre provides a mixture of serviced and managed offices to rent, plus studios, a meeting room, workshops, a meeting room, storage units, and a mailbox service.
The fully-restored hosiery mill provides commercial property for a variety of businesses, with units ranging from 100 – 15,000 square feet (9 -1,400 square metres). For example, we are currently home to a vehicle bodywork company, photographer and carpenter, as well as charities and financial service businesses.
Our on-site team includes maintenance and cleaning staff, as well as a welcoming centre manager who organises regular coffee mornings. These give the opportunity to network with other residents, as well as customers from our nearby Roden House Business Centre.
We’re just a 10-minute walk away from Arnold town centre and the local amenities it offers, including shops, banks, and cafés.
Our offices in Arnold, Nottingham, are bright and airy, with large windows that let in plenty of natural light. Many are air-conditioned.
Most of our available offices for rent are between 140 and 672 square feet, so are ideal for sole traders and micro businesses through to medium-sized companies. We also have one large 2,852 sq ft open plan office with air-conditioning and its own kitchen and WC facilities.
Our studios, with their high ceilings, offer a bright, relaxed workspace – perfect for creative minds. Some have been fitted out specifically as music, photographic or art studios.
You can rent units individually or together to fit the needs of your business, with prices starting from just £15 per week.
With small spaces perfect for storage, through to large units designed for light industrial activities, our commercial units each have their own individual benefits.
Some of our workshops to let have their own toilets and kitchen facilities while others have self-contained offices.
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