The Centre Square development provides 107,000 sf ft of Grade-A, BREEAM Excellent office space set across two buildings in the heart of Middlesbrough

Designed to the highest industry standards, the development blends together attractive public realm and desirable work spaces. Its central location provides access to city-scale amenities, with excellent connectivity to regional and national transportation networks.

Centre Square office

The buildings’ materials have come from sustainable sources, and as such they have a low environmental impact and low embodied energy. Attention to air-tightness and high levels of insulation also reduce energy demands.

Centre Square is a centrepiece for Middlesbrough and already home to the internationally acclaimed Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) and the historic Town Hall. Businesses located in the space will find themselves within short walking distance of regional public transport connections, the primary retail and leisure core and the Boho Zone, a digital and creative supercluster that offers various B2B services.

Global technology company, Causeway, which creates technological solutions to transform commercial performance in construction, is moving into One Centre Square. Middlesbrough will become its Centre of Engineering Excellence. Firstsource, the leading business process management services firm, will join Causeway in One Centre Square, in a move which is intended to create over 100 new jobs.

GBB, the ground-breaking new bank which will ‘get Britain and the regions building again’ has chosen Middlesbrough as its new headquarters. Its move to Two Centre Square will create up to 120 jobs in Middlesbrough. Nationwide pension experts XPS Pensions Group are also moving into Two Centre Square. The firm currently employs approximately 90 people in Middlesbrough, and will create further jobs in their new offices.

97% of One Centre Square and 68% of Two Centre Square have now been let.

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