Beautiful Georgian Architecture

Designed by Archibald Simpson in the 1820s

Modern Serviced

Sympathetically renovated to exceptionally high standards

Latest Technology Conference Suites

Fibre internet and cutting edge conferencing technology

City Centre

10 minute walk to Railway Station;
25 minute drive to Aberdeen Airport

Discover Aberdeen Business Centre

Aberdeen Business Centre has comfortable furnished offices of varying sizes which are supported with the latest in business technology and offers all the flexibility you need to run your business.

We provide the perfect location for new business start-ups and more established companies. Business is changing and more and more businesses are now looking to serviced office accommodation as a hassle free, flexible and economical option for their office space requirements.

Aberdeen Business Centre - Bon Accord Crescent looking North

Make Aberdeen Business Centre Your Home…

Key Features

City Centre Location

Conference Rooms

On-site Parking

Video Conferencing

Staffed Reception

Mail Room

Admin Support

Reprographic Services

24/7 Building Access


Cafe area


Flexible Terms


Office Cleaning

Client Testimonials

Many businesses have made Aberdeen Business Centre their home to work, meet and develop. See what they have to say…

We’ve been working from Aberdeen Business Centre since 2015. An impressive building in a fantastic location, it has up to date tech facilities and a selection of meeting rooms to meet any business need. Managed by a friendly and efficient team who can support you as much or as little as you want, it’s an all-round lovely place to work.

Sue Austin, Root 5 Solutions

We have leased an office within Aberdeen Business Centre since 2019. The facilities fulfil all of our business requirements, and it is located in a convenient central location, with adequate car parking. The centre staff are very friendly and are keen to offer help wherever they can.

All in all, it comfortably and efficiently meets our needs.

Ian Jamieson, Malthus Uniteam

On our first visit to Aberdeen Business Centre we were made to feel very welcome. It is in a great location with free parking and is dog friendly so ticked many boxes for us. We use the call answering service too which works really well for us.

Gary Anderson, Anderson Quantity Surveying

We’ve been using Aberdeen Business Centre for around two years now and was the best move we made to help us grow our business. Our calls are received by the business centre and messages sent by email. This allowed me to focus on our business and respond when I was free. I would highly recommend Aberdeen Business Centre.

Brian Kerr, Bespoke Decorators

As a Tech start-up we were looking for an office base in Aberdeen. After viewing a number of locations, selected Aberdeen Business Centre, based on an excellent choice of office suites & onsite facilities, with professional helpful and friendly staff, all at a cost-effective price. 

We would happily recommend Aberdeen Business Centre as the location of choice in Aberdeen, for start-ups or existing businesses wishing to expand.

Andrew Taylor, 3Qi


Aberdeen Business Centre is housed at 11 Bon Accord Crescent, one of the most historic, charismatic and elegant addresses in the city. Designed by Archibald Simpson, the city’s most celebrated architect, in the 1820s at the behest of the landowner, Aberdeen’s Incorporated Tailors. Bon Accord Crescent is a gently curving terrace of nineteen identical two-storey houses with basement and attic; each main floor typically having 3 windows or 2 windows and a door and the attic having 2 dormer windows. They were occupied by exactly those for whom they were intended; the wealthiest citizens of a prosperous and growing city.

“No situation, immediately in the vicinity of Aberdeen, possesses so completely the advantages of free air & fine exposure”

The scheme for Bon Accord Crescent is similar in style to that of Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh, with the idea of giving amenity to the houses & occupants by preserving a green space opposite. Few architectural details are worked into the scheme aside from the pure stone granite facades and the railings. The terrace was built to reflect the contemporary fashions as seen in London, Bath, Cheltenham and Edinburgh (among other places) and it bears a positive comparison to any of them.