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Positioned in the icon Generator Building, a Grade II listed building once home to the generator that powered the City’s tram system, Clockwise Bristol is set to be one of the South West’s most beautiful workspaces. It’s an iconic local landmark with extensive views of the harbour, located in the Waterfront Quarter in the heart of Bristol. Open space for collaboration, private offices and meeting rooms support all working patterns.
The Generator Building is located near Castle Bridge and the popular shopping areas of Cabot Circus, Quakers Friars and St Nicholas Market. A modern centre in the heart of the Bristol Shopping Quarter, Cabot Circus is home to hundreds of high-street favourites including Harvey Nichols, Apple, Zara, Next and COS. The piazza outside is surrounded by restaurants and cafes. Built in 1766, Bristol Old Vic is the oldest theatre in England and has hosted thousands of productions. A recent multi-million-pound redevelopment resulted in better seating and lighting and the creation of a new Bar & Café. Explore a maze of quirky stalls, street food and historic architecture at the oldest market in the city. Since 1743, St Nicks Market has been home to Bristol’s largest collection of fantastic independent retailers and is always worth a visit.