Offices for rent in Coatbridge

Roughly 9 miles east of Glasgow City Centre, Coatbridge is one of the main commuter towns in North Lanarkshire. With great transport links and cheap rentals, it is one of the most popular Greater Glasgow areas for office rentals. What you’re looking for in an office space depends entirely on what kind of business you’re running. No two businesses ever operate the same and Eger24 knows the importance of having the right commercial property.
That is why we always tell our customers to follow these simple rules when looking at a space:

Conventional Office Rentals

As a rule thumb allow 50 – 60 sq ft per person*
Suited for larger business operations
Short term leases require 2 – 3 years minimum commitment

Serviced Office Rentals

Let by the desk
Choose from standard offices to executive suites
Expand or contract as your business grows or shrinks
Rolling contracts that are flexible
One monthly bill covers all associated services

Shared office Rentals

Monthly rolling contracts
Benefit from developed infrastructure & facilities already in place
All utilities & rates packaged in one monthly bill
Provides a more professional feel compared to a lone office
Can give the allusion of one bustling working environment 

*This rule applies to all of the above

Coatbridge Business Front

Coatbridge is a great spot to house your business if you’re looking for a location that is convenient for commuting in and out of Glasgow, but not in the mood to pay the high prices expected in Glasgow City Centre. Many people who run businesses in Coatbridge either live in the area or live in surrounding towns like Cumbernauld, Hamilton, Wishaw and Airdrie.

Business Parks

Coatbridge business centre is the main business park located in the town. Others include Atrium Business Centre on N Caldeen Road, Imex Business Park on Main Street, Linburn Business Park on Brown Street and Barrowfield Street.

Transport Links

Coatbridge is lucky to be surrounded by a number of different railway stations. Blairhill, Coatbridge Sunnyside and Coatdyke run along the north of town, while Kirkwood and Whifflet run along the south. Unsurprisingly, Coatbridge Central sits in the middle of town. A train straight to Glasgow Queen Street Station takes roughly 35 minutes. A train to or from Edinburgh goes through Milngavie station. Driving in and out of Coatbridge to the city centre is convenient. Taking the M8 only takes 18 minutes, and it’s also only a 50 minute drive in to Edinburgh city centre too.


Educational buildings in the area include New College Lanarkshire, Sage Centre, Nail College (for young beauticians) and Coatbridge College.

Social Life

Coatbridge is viewed as something of a commuter town. It mainly comprises of suburban homes and links to retail parks. There is one cinema in town and two golf courses dominant the east side. People who live in the area use the train links for leisure just as much as they do business.
Take a look below at some of the businesses available in the Coatbridge area.
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Barrowfield Street
This industrial estate has a number of small units available ranging from 608 - 3700 sq ft which are..