Rare opportunity to rent space in historic Newcastle Quayside building

Tenants can book facilities at Trinity House, which dates back to the 1400s and has been used as a hospital, almshouses and rigging loft

JK Property Consultants is handling the letting of three prime offices in the historic Trinity Chare
JK Property Consultants is handling the letting of three prime offices in the historic Trinity Chare

An agency renting rare office space in the historic Trinity Chare is expecting a lot of interest after three offices became available.

The prime offices are being let through agents JK Property Consultants, who have been instructed by the Corporation of Newcastle Trinity House to let the modern offices on a five-year lease, with the offices and accompanying kitchen facilities covering a combined 448sqft.

Based in a Grade I listed building at 17 Trinity Chare on Newcastle Quayside, the offices are set at the centre of a quiet courtyard, which tenants can use by arrangement.

Trinity Chare is one of the city’s most exclusive and prestigious addresses, due to its history and the unique additional facilities that are available as part of the letting.

The buildings are owned by the maritime charity Trinity House, which also ensures the maintenance of the historic buildings in the Broad Chare site.

Tenants can book facilities for business and social functions at the historic Trinity House, which itself dates back to the 1400s and has been used as a hospital, almshouses and rigging loft over the centuries.

JK Property Consultants principal, Kevan Carrick, said: “We’re expecting a lot of interest. These offices are part of the prestigious complex of buildings that make up Trinity House and are at the heart of historic Newcastle.

“Based on what was once a large medieval townhouse, the offices are quiet and secluded but are at the centre of the commercial Quayside, close to the law courts, Live Theatre, shops and restaurants.

“This really is an unbeatable location, with fantastic architecture and use of the character-filled Trinity House boardroom by arrangement, complete with its 19th century oak table and mahogany George III chairs.

“Offices in Trinity Chare, especially of this kind of size and quality, rarely become vacant so this is a rare opportunity for businesses seeking modern office accommodation with a building that boasts an amazing heritage.”

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