This Shoreditch property comprises a 1920’s warehouse building of red brick construction which was completely refurbished in 2003 to include a dramatic two storey glass extension. Internally the property provides office accommodation arranged over the ground and three upper floors:
3rd floor: 1,583 sqft
2nd floor: 1,841 sqft
1st floor: 1,759 sqft
Ground: 2,179 sqft
The property is currently vacant and ready for occupation. It is situated on the south side of Hoxton Square at the junction of Rufus Street and was formerly occupied by the “White Cube Gallery”. It is easy to see why this stunning building is currently regarded as one of the best on the market today. Hoxton Square is without a doubt one of the most desirable and sought after addresses in Shoreditch. Hoxton Square has long been a sacred location for East London’s creative community. However this “church” like building is expected to attract as many Tech based tenants as artistic. A more diverse tenant mix is now emerging throughout the Shoreditch office market and as a result rents continue to creep up in the area, as more and more tenants now have the resources and the funding to invest in high quality office space.
To discuss your requirment or for a general chat about offices in Shoreditch please contact Sean at [email protected]