Originally known as Tiger Bay, Cardiff Bay was once one of the busiest docklands in Europe as it exported coal to the rest of World. It helped turn Cardiff into one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the UK as it attracted workers from many countries – this is reflected today in the city’s friendly and hospitable manner.
Following the decline of the coal industry, the area lay unused for many years, however, the bay was regenerated in 1999 and is now heralded as the most successful regeneration developments in the UK.
The Bay is a 30-minute stroll from Cardiff city centre and has many amenities in its own right including cafes, bars, restaurants, hotels, gyms and The Red Dragon Centre, and many tourist attractions such as the Wales Millennium Centre. Cardiff Bay has it’s own train station which will transport you regularly to Queen Street (City centre) where you will find all of the amenities you would expect from a capital city, as well as the Principality (Millennium) Stadium.
Office space here is available on flexible terms and a range of suites are available from just 100 sqft. Meeting rooms and conference facilities are available to hire as well as coworking space.
The M4 motorway is 20 minutes away from the building, Cardiff airport is 25 minutes away, and London is just under 3 hours by train.
The full address is: Rent Offices, Falcon Drive, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10 4RU