Baltic Works in Sheffield is a former Victorian steel and engineering works that has been converted into commercial units. These can be rented for light industrial purposes, or as workshop or storage space.
At 30,000 square feet (2,787 square metres) in total, Baltic Works is a reasonably large site. It is home to a variety of businesses and has a down-to-earth community and many of our customers have been residents for ten years or more.
We also have a second site in Sheffield; Cricket Inn, which offers a further range of business units.
The site has a wealth of history. It was originally built in 1850 by Jonathan Beardshaw, a prominent name in the Sheffield steelmaking industry, who supplied a major market in the Baltic States, hence the name for the site. Part of the acclaimed British movie, The Full Monty was filmed on our site and we also have a wall plaque to commemorate the fact that one of the first bombs in Word War 1 fell on the buildings on 26 September 1916.
Baltic Works is located to the northeast of Sheffield City centre, close to Attercliffe Road (A6178). It is just 3 miles from junction 34 of the M1 and the nearest rail station is Sheffield, which is 1.3 miles away.
We offer a mixture of different sized units, from 100 - 1,700 square feet (10 - 60 square metres), so we can cater for sole traders through to medium-sized companies. And with business rates included within the rent, our units are affordable and competitively priced.
Most of our 48 properties have double door access, although some benefit from roller shutter doors. You can load/unload outside each unit and we offer free on-site parking. This is limited, but there is plenty of on-street parking outside the centre.Enquire
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