Prestigious City Centre offices only a short walk from Newcastle Central Station
St James Gate Location

Offering one of the most connected and accessible locations in Newcastle City Centre.

A beating-heart destination to live, work and play


St James Gate lies at the gateway between Newcastle Central Station, Forth Goods Yard and the Quayside West Development Area, which extend to the south and west. This area is soon set to deliver a significant number of new homes, offices, leisure and public realm space.

Our offices will therefore be at the heart of an increasingly important business, leisure and residential district of Newcastle city centre.


We are close to the Redheugh Bridge providing excellent access to the A1 North and South.

We are lucky to have a Tyne and Wear Metro station, a train station and well-serviced bus routes on our doorstep. Getting to work at St James Gate couldn’t be easier.

Grade A offices in Newcastle upon Tyne

Parking at St James Gate is easy. There are 365 spaces at Times Square multi-storey car park and more parking is available under our offices.



Your colleagues and clients will benefit from being able to park right outside your office front door, for dropping off and picking up.

Our offices are near a Metro station, a train station & the A1.


Food & drink venues 



For incredible, fragrant coffee, we have a number of great baristas nearby, including Starbucks at the Centre for Life, Sourcerer Coffee on Forth Street, the renowned Pink Lane Coffee, or The Jury’s Inn hotel, within our development.



For lunch on the go, we are a short walk from scrumptious food at independent cafe, Deli Central, on Forth Street (try their daily specials or “the best breakfast wrap in the world” according to one Trip Advisor reviewer). Or if you prefer the familiar menu choices at the trusty national food chains, we have M&S Food, Sainsbury’s and Greggs on our doorstep, at Newcastle Central Station.


For client dining, after work drinks, or dinner with your colleagues – you are spoilt for choice for great bars and restaurants within a short walk of St James Gate. 


Grab a curry at renowned Indian and Punjabi restaurant, Sachins, on Forth Banks. For authentic South East Asian dishes, cooked by Thai chefs, head towards the Quayside, to Mantra Thai. If it’s a cosy, Parisian style cafe bar you’re looking for – enjoy traditional French cuisine, wines and craft ales at The French Quarter.


Looking to really impress your guests? Head-up St James Boulevard to 3SIXTY Champagne Lounge on the top floor of Newcastle’s highest building, to take in the views.


For a good-old pint and a warm, relaxed welcome and atmosphere – The Blonde Barrel, The Telegraph pub and The Townwall are our recommendations.



Perfectly positioned to take advantage of a vibrant mix of restaurants, cafés and shops.


Leisure activities nearby


The businesses and organisations based at St James Gate love being on the doorstep of a varied range of leisure destinations.


If you want an office with near-by amenities that give your team a chance to relax before and after work and enjoy quality time with their colleagues, you’re looking in the right place.


We are just a stone’s throw from one of Europe’s best waterfronts – Newcastle and Gateshead Quayside. Take a stroll by the River Tyne, any time. Unwind.


How about a swim or gym session before and after work? The Mineral House spa at the 4-star Crowne Plaza hotel is just across the road. The hotel also has a fantastic, relaxing Gin Bar for social gatherings.


Perhaps your team may like to bond over some ten-pin bowling, American pool, ping pong, fast-food, or karaoke at the popular boutique leisure destination, Lane 7 ? This brilliant venue is just a couple of minutes’ walk from our offices.


Now this one is a bit left-of-field. How about some axe-throwing to a banging soundtrack for letting off some steam with the team? The UK’s first indoor axe-throwing arena has opened next door to us. Check out Hachet Harry’s Axe Throwing!


Our offices are also a short walk to the unique, independent entertainments venue of great character and rugged charm – the Boiler Shop. It hosts some of the city’s most exciting gatherings, from live performances, club nights and exhibitions, to food and drink festivals. The Boiler Shop is perfect for memorable events and has a broad spectrum of cultural uses. 


If shopping is your thing, you are spoilt for choice in Newcastle’s city centre and at Eldon Square shopping centre.


Conference facilities


We have excellent conference facilities on our doorstep at The Jury’s Inn within our development, or across the road at the Centre for Life and the Crowne Plaza Hotel.