68 Hanbury Street, Shoreditch - E1 5JL
This superb office space provides a vibrant working environment, tailored for the ambitious, creative and curious. The work centre currently has a huge range of organisations occupying the space, increasing creativity and constantly being surrounded by like-minded individuals. This fantastic building has a range of private studios available, ranging in size to suit both smaller and larger businesses. The private studios are filled with natural light and beautiful plants. There are also large collaborative working areas, with co-working spaces available at different membership rates. This listing offers many excellent facilities, this includes; 24 hour access 365 days a year, a selection of stylish meeting and board rooms, multiple break-out areas and full-time friendly reception staff.
This outstanding office space is perfectly located in a prime area of London. There are many excellent transport links near by, Whitechapel Tube station is an 11 minute walk, Aldgate East Tube Station is a nine minute walk and Shoreditch High Street Station is an eight minute walk away. The work centre has on-site bike storage and showers with fresh towels. There is an in-house restaurant, cafe and bar, providing a convenient location for breakfast, lunch, dinner and after work drinks. There is a wide variety of places to grab lunch just a stone's throw from the office space.
- Building Features
- WC (unisex)
- Business Support
- Breakout/Lounge Space
- Copy and Printing Facilities
- On-site management team
- Postal facilities/mail handling
- Reception services
- 24-hour access
- 24-hour security
- Services & Amenities
- Bike racks
- Board room
- Cafe / restaurant on site
- Conference facilities
- Meeting rooms
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- Access to other centres worldwide
Local Area Info
Shoreditch is found within the London Borough of Hackney in the East End of London. Situated north-east of Central London, Shoreditch was once the home of England's first playhouse in the 16th century on Curtain Road. The area's reputation as an entertainment hub continued to Victorian times.
In recent years, Shoreditch has attracted several information and communications technology businesses. Many Internet firms have located their head offices in the area, particularly around Old Street. Businesses in creative industries, including media, art and design are also found in increasing numbers. The closest London Underground station is Liverpool Street, which also provides rail services to destinations throughout the UK. Shoreditch High Street station is also provides connections to the London Overground.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731