In recent years Shoreditch has made excellent use out of the numerous disused factories, warehouses and breweries that have littered its streets. If you take a walk through East London today you will see that these previously empty sites have been ingeniously transformed into vibrant and innovative workspaces, with high ceilings, large open plan lobbies and fantastic natural light.
The Boiler house on the Old Truman Brewery Estate is one such building. It resides to the northern end of Brick lane and dominates both sides of the road. In total there are 28 separate buildings on the estate offering a wide variety of different office or retail space and at present 150 separate companies are located there. The estate has seen careful development over the last 14 years and despite retaining its original skeleton has been converted into a creative hub for leaders in design, art, fashion, e-commerce and media. The creativity and freedom of the companies Shoreditch attracts spills onto its streets in the form of colourful street art and even more colourful street food. Through its unique nature, the estate attracts a diverse pool of occupiers, from Dj’s and graphic designers to stockbrokers and architects.
Both Aldgate East (Hammersmith & City and District Lines) and Liverpool Street Underground stations (Hammersmith & City, Circle, Metropolitan and Central Lines) are within walking distance of the estate supplying excellent transport links. Neighbouring Spitalfields market, Brick Lane and Commercial Street provide a wide selection of retail and food options as well as a never ending list of cool bars, boutiques and cutting-edge gallery spaces.
The site spans over 11 acres and is developed to a high standard.
- High levels of connectivity
- Parking (c. 350 spaces throughout the Estate)
- Excellent natural light in most areas
- Wide range of ceiling heights up to 9 metres high
- On site conference/event facilities (up to 45,ooo sq ft)
- Low service charge and business rates
- Wide variety of onsite eating/leisure/entertainment facilities
If you are interested in viewing office space in Shoreditch then get in contact with one of our consultants today. You can email Maya at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3434 3870. We can also advise on any other Shoreditch Office space you may have seen on our blog.