The Bruce Building

City Break

The Bruce Building

The Bruce Building, located on Percy Street, is a Grade II listed building in Newcastle city centre.

Our Apartments

Long-term rentals

The Bruce Building offers a unique opportunity to rent luxury apartments in the heart of Newcastle Upon Tyne. All apartments come inclusive of all utility bills, including high-speed internet, and are available as long-term tenancies for students and professionals.

Short-term stays

Our apartments in The Bruce Building are perfect for business trips and city breaks alike. Each apartment is fully equipped with bedding, towels, kitchenware, iron & ironing board and a hairdryer. Percy Street is the perfect location whether you're visiting for a city break, a sporting or music event, a night out or to visit friends.

About The Bruce Building

The Bruce Building was designed by architect Joseph Oswald and was built in 1896 for Newcastle Breweries Ltd. The building was purchased by Michigan Investments Ltd in 2013 and the scheme to convert the former brewery offices into studio apartments was granted the following year. After a £5 million restoration project, the historic building is now home to 57 studio apartments, office suites, retail and catering units.  During the restoration and redevelopment project, a WW2 fire watcher’s post was discovered by the construction team. The look-out is one of the only two known in England, with the other at North Shield’s ferry landing.

commercial offices

The serviced office suites at The Bruce Building are available for businesses around the city. Located on one of the major transport routes, The Bruce Building is situated in a prominent position in Newcastle City Centre, neighbouring Newcastle University, Northumberland Street and Eldon Square shopping centre. While the property is not located in the traditional office core, it is easily accessible and benefits from fantastic local amenities.