3 May 2019/ Inspirations

5 exciting commercial properties in Kingston-upon-Hull

Kingston-upon-Hull is usually called by its simpler name, Hull. This east Yorkshire city was founded as a major port for the wool trade and has since been used as part of the fishing, whaling, trading and military supply industries. In 2017, Hull was named as the UK City of Culture – a title that’s bringing in estimated £300m to the city from increased tourism. The status also saw the city opening 131 new businesses, opening up nearly 800 new jobs. This huge boost is making Hull an increasingly attractive place to base a business, and here are some of the exciting developments on offer bound to appeal to ambitious professionals. 

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Fruit Market, Humber Street & Pier Street, HU1

 

If you’re new to Hull, Fruit Market is a cultural quarter sandwiched between the river front and the city centre. Yet another new opportunity has opened up in this flourishing part of Hull – a row of charming shops. Your space will be fitted out to a shell specification so you can complete it with your own style. 

44 Bond Street, Hull, North Humberside, Hull, HU1 3EN

 

This office is based in the refurbished Hull City Council building. Designed to encourage innovation, it includes specified quiet zones and creative breakout areas. There’s also a yoga studio and a gym on-site, offering a wellbeing element for your team. You can also spread out to the terrace area for coffee breaks, casual meetings and after work drinks. When the weather is poor, a café inside provides the same level of respite.

1st Floor, Norwich House, Savile Street, Hull, HU1 3ES

 

Hull’s regeneration is continuing in the city centre, and this property gives you the opportunity to be in the middle of it all. It’s a serviced office with a reception team on hand to greet clients for you. Having been refurbished to a high standard, it offers the inspiring setting you need to feel motivated every day.

Kiosk Units, Princes Quay Shopping Centre, HU1 2PQ

 

Princes Quay shopping centre boasts a wide selection of shops and eateries, attracting high levels of footfall every day. And with the brand-new Bonus Arena nearby, it’s believed footfall will only go up. The centre itself has been given a cash injection of £20m for refurbishment and to reposition it as an outlet complex. Start-ups and more established businesses are being invited to take up kiosks in this reinvigorated space.

36-38 South Street, HU1 3PY

 

A large retail unit in the centre of Hull, this space is a huge opportunity for an entrepreneur wanting to make their mark on the city. With an attractive frontage and large windows, it allows you to make a big impression with your brand. Air conditioning and a break area will help you attract great staff, too.

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