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Showroom/Workstation building in the CIQ.

The Cultural Industries Quarter is a district in the city centre of Sheffield, England, and one of the eleven Quarters designated in the 1994 City Centre Strategy[citation needed]. It is roughly triangular in shape, and is bound by Howard Street, Sheaf Square and Suffolk Road to the north-east, St Mary's Road to the south and Eyre Street and Arundel Gate to the north-west, with Granville Square in the south-east. The name given reflects the intention to create a cluster of music, film and science-based businesses in the area.[1]

Organisations based in the area include:

The Sheffield Doc/Fest is held around the CIQ each June.

Significant buildings

  1. The Butcher's Wheel
  2. Stirling Works
  3. 92 & 92a Arundel Street
  4. 113 Arundel Street
  5. Sylvester Works
  6. Venture Works
  7. Truro Works
  8. Columbia Place
  9. Redwood House
  10. Cooper Buildings


  1. ^ "Cultural industries quarter". Sheffield Hallam University. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 1 July 2014.

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