Newcastle City Business Centre


The Client

Situated in a prestige heritage building in the CBD with parking and public transport within 150 metres walk, The Newcastle City Business Centre offers Serviced, Furnished & Virtual offices. As well as casual use of offices from 4 people to boardrooms that accommodate up to 16 people.

The 1920s era building features light and airy rooms with high ceilings and marble finish. Occupied by allied health and medical professionals, lawyers, financial planners, and IT specialists, the Serviced Offices allow you to pay one fee each month for all of your business needs: rent, phone, internet, reception, furniture, electricity, air conditioning, etc. And someone else organises and maintains those services for you.

You will find Newcastle City Business Centre at: 17 Bolton Street, Newcastle NSW 2300.

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The Suburb

Newcastle is a harbour city in the Australian state of New South Wales. Its plentiful beaches are linked by the Bathers Way, a coastal walk stretching between Nobbys Beach and Merewether Beach. The walk provides access to Bogey Hole, a convict-built ocean bath from the colonial period. Also on the path is the 1880s Fort Scratchley, a historic site and a viewpoint for spotting migrating whales.

In September 1797 Lieutenant John Shortland became the first European settler to explore the area. His discovery of the area was largely accidental; as he had been sent in search of a number of convicts who had seized a locally-built vessel called Cumberland as she was sailing from Sydney Cove.[11] While returning, Lt. Shortland entered what he later described as “a very fine river”, which he named after New South Wales’ Governor John Hunter.[12] He returned with reports of the deep-water port and the area’s abundant coal. Over the next two years, coal mined from the area was the New South Wales colony’s first export.[12]

The old central business district, located at Newcastle’s eastern end, still has a considerable number of historic buildings, dominated by Christ Church Cathedral, seat of the Anglican Bishop of Newcastle.[28] Other noteworthy buildings include Fort Scratchley, the Ocean Baths, the old Customs House, the 1920s City Hall, the 1890s Longworth Institute (once regarded as the finest building in the colony) and the 1930s art deco University House (formerly NESCA House, seen in the film Superman Returns).

What We Did

With the Newcastle City Business Centre having several Boardrooms that double as Training rooms, Nextrend were engaged to provide seating appropriate for this dual function.  Utilising the Avoca Chair, with their mix of chrome legs and bentwood shell, these chairs compliment their surroundings. 

Newcastle City Business Centre