Posted 01/07/2021 by Central Space

View the highlights of July with Central Space…

3 New Offices Let in
Alderman Fenwick’s House

A warm welcome to the new Tenants
of our Historic City Centre building…

Professional creatives covering all aspects from Film to Television, Brand Development to Design, 

Experiential Brand events and a lot more besides.

         Internationally award-winning animation company including an immersive VR spin off, Arcus Immersive. 

      VARG offers a mix of traditional PR with bespoke brand-building solutions for fashion and lifestyle brands.                  


Phased Refurbishment Progress in
Alderman Fenwick’s House

Stage 2 of refurbishment of our Newcastle City Centre Grade 1
listed building has progressed continuously through July,
with our toilet facilities upgraded.

The second stairwell also began its transformation,
which will see new carpet fitted and paintwork to match the
upgraded colour scheme present in the rest of the building.

The completion of Phase 2 also includes renovation of the third stairwell,
with the addition of a shower room for the use of tenants.

This renovation will also feature refitted kitchens adjacent
to the double suites on the second and third floors.


New Industrial Unit Availability 

We are delighted to announce new availability
in our Kingsway Park site in the heart of Dundee, Scotland.

This modern industrial unit boasts a large floorplan of
10,153 sq. ft and an excellent eaves height of 4.2m.

Access is provided by either a large vehicle roller door
or pedestrian door on the front elevation. Internally the unit
comprises open space which will suit a variety of industrial uses.

Externally there is secure, common shared
yard areas and car parking.

Available from only £47,500 per annum

To read more about our Kingsway Park site, click here.

To enquire with our team, please email:


        Future Developments in
The Tunnels of Alderman Fenwick’s House 

The North Tunnel of Alderman Fenwick’s House
historically operated as a thoroughfare to the rear of the
building for horse drawn carts loaded with cargo from the
docks of the Tyne. The South Tunnel served as stables whilst
the building operated as The Queens Head Inn from 1781.

Central Space’s vision is to reimagine these areas as
retail/leisure space, with a street facing kiosk and a quirky café.

We are looking forward to progressing with this exciting opportunity,
and expanding the name of Alderman Fenwick’s House.