The Pattern Shop

A historic industrial hub driving sustainable tech

The iconic Pattern Shop building is where industrial pioneer Robert Stephenson built steam locomotives in the 1800s for export around the world, heralding the birth of the railway and marking a key moment in the Industrial Revolution, reimagined and restored to house the next generation of groundbreaking businesses.

The Grade 2 listed building has been brought back to life connecting past, present and future to create spaces that benefit from the most advanced green energy technologies in this low carbon, low energy office building.

With spectacular views of the Tyne bridges and an enviable location, situated directly adjacent to Central Station and other major transport links, The Pattern Shop combines industry leading telecommunications connectivity with best-in-class sustainability technology, ensuring this soulful building is the perfect fit for businesses looking for a distinctive and special location to attract and nurture a talented workforce.

Size: 32,367 sq ft
Ownership: Newcastle City Council
Uses: Commercial
Status: Due for completion mid March 2024
Opportunity: Mixed size spaces from 1,108 sq ft – 32,367 sq ft available for innovative SMEs