Liverpool-based office space, virtual office tenancy, high-spec meeting & conference space and home to The Women’s Organisation.

54 St James Street is a flagship facility for enterprise established in 2011 in order to measurably improve the rates and performance of economic participation and entrepreneurship across Liverpool City Region. We believe in supporting business at all levels and we actively promote enterprise, innovation and sustainable business growth.

Our building is a community full of life, nurturing a diversity of people and enterprises; rich in intelligence, debate and shared purpose.

Located in the heart of the Liverpool’s creative district, the Baltic Triangle, and just a short walk from Liverpool One and Bold Street, we offer a light, modern and welcoming, distinctive addition to city life, filled with opportunity and openness.

54 St James Street is a social enterprise and charity. By using our facilities, you will contribute to supporting vulnerable women and disadvantaged communities through the work of The Women’s Organisation.

Our current tenants work in graphic design, psychology, beauty, accountancy, marketing, recruitment and provide business consultancy and coaching services.

About 54 St James Street

54 St James Street is a welcoming and open environment for all those who visit us. Our team pride themselves on providing a reliable service and work hard to ensure our clients’ needs are met at all times.

Take a look at what some of our regular room-bookers have said…

“Fantastic! The staff at the venue bend over backwards to ensure all of our needs are met and are always flexible in accommodating last minute requests and extra requirements.” – Hampson Hughes

“Superb. It has consistently proved to be a brilliant location for us and exceeded our expectations every time. Knowing that everything is in their very capable and well-organised hands allows us to get on with providing the best possible events for our delegates.” – University of Liverpool

“I love having meetings at 54 St James Street. The clients love it as well as they can feel more ‘visible’ in their business just by sitting in the café and interacting with other people.” –

“The facilities are fantastic, the building is gorgeous, and the rooms are light and spacious with a lot of different options depending on the size of our groups.  The staff are so friendly and helpful and having the fantastic Siren as a basis for lunch and refreshments is an amazing extra.” – East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

54 St James Street was developed as part of the ‘WICED’ project to create a Women’s International Centre for Economic Development. The project incorporated the creation of the business centre along with an international research hub around women’s economic development.

WICED was recently featured in Department for Communities and Local Government’s Supporting Local Government report as one of four North West Projects that have successfully impacted the local economy thanks to ERDF funding. Since development in 2010, 54 St James Street has helped to create over 1000 new businesses, created over 2000 new jobs, been a physical home to over 200 businesses.

54 St James Street is one of the major stakeholders that played a pivotal role in the regeneration of the Baltic Triangle and is a catalyst for the ongoing development of the area, which is now a key enterprise support zone. The historical city central area is one of Liverpool’s fastest-growing districts and is home to many social, digital and creative businesses.

George Garrett, Merchant Seaman, writer, playwright and founder member of Liverpool’s Unity Theatre, was a radical activist who has been described a ‘one of the most significant working class writers of his generation’. George lived, among other places throughout his life at 52a St James Street. 54 St James Street now homes a memorable construction of George Garrett on behalf of Writing on the Wall and Heritage Lottery Fund to celebrate and preserve his legacy. Click here to read more about George Garrett’s story.


  • Wi-Fi
  • Central location just a short walk from Liverpool One & Bold Street
  • On-site café
  • On-site car parking available to book
  • Baltic Triangle business parking permits scheme offered by Liverpool City Council
  • Free parking for 2 hours in any white bay in area
  • Communal kitchen points for tenants
  • Fully accessible building
  • Shower room
  • Bike storage
  • Printing facilities
  • Garden area
  • Rooftop terrace