Our oldest surviving mill is bright, charming, warm and inviting. A popular place for starter offices, it offers plenty of flexibility to grow.
Old Embroidery Mill sits in the centre of our Abbey Mill site and is home to a variety of tenants. Perfectly formed original sash windows, polished Canadian Maple floors and high ceilings provide bright offices and clean, classic décor – It is charming, warm and inviting. Constructed in 1840 as a shawl factory, this B listed, fully-refurbished building is now home to over 30 tenants in over 70 offices. Some of them have been with us since our conversion in the 1980s.
Offering a more intimate environment than its neighbouring buildings, the Old Embroidery Mill is the ideal place for you to base your business whatever the sizeoriginal boiler house chimney stands south of the mill, a momentous 242 feet landmark visible across Paisley.
Why choose Old Embroidery Mill?
If you are a sole trader, consultant or small business, then the Old Embroidery Mill offers spacious and flexible office spaces to suit you. The building has a real community feel and a friendly, professional atmosphere. For an uplifting place to work that is steeped in Paisley’s rich industrial heritage, there is no finer choice of office location.
Arrange a viewing and see our esteemed Embroidery Mill for yourself.
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0141 889 8000
At a glance – Embroidery Mill Facilities
In addition to the facilities offered across Abbey Mill Business Centre,
The Old Embroidery Mill’s features include:
- Offices to let from 150 to 500 sq ft. (1 – 6 people)
- Bespoke workspaces
- 30,000 sq ft over 4 floors
- Extensive secure parking
- Oldest surviving mill on site
- Fully DDA compliant access and lift
Find out More
Choose Abbey Mill as your base in Paisley and take advantage of our unique business environment and range of flexible features. To find out more about how we can serve your business, please [email] one of our friendly team today, or give us a call on:
0141 889 8000
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