Bow

Situated west of Royal Docks and north of Canary Wharf, Bow is emerging as one of the East End’s most attractive places to buy or rent commercial property.

About the Area

Transport Links

  • Liverpool Street in 10 minutes
  • Waterloo in 20 minutes
  • Euston in 27 minutes
  • Kings Cross St Pancras in 28 minutes
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Bow has always offered a slightly smarter version of East End life, due to its location amount of green space – Mile End Park, nearby Victoria Park and the River Lea towpaths offer lovely strolling opportunities.

And as millions of pounds of investment continue to pour into Bow, things continue to look up. So whether you’re looking for London offices to rent, warehouses or retail premises, now may be the time to consider relocating to this part of East London.

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Property in Bow

A guide to Commercial Property

Bow has a variety of commercial properties for lease or to buy. Due to its excellent connections to the M25, Bow is a popular location for any business that needs to transport goods or make deliveries. A number of warehouses, business centres and business parks have been set up in Bow to cope with this demand, offering rooms and industrial units to anyone that requires space to store their goods.

Bow’s good location and transport links have made it an increasingly popular location to buy or rent offices as well. And if you're looking for office space, Bow may be the place for you. Office space in Bow comes in a number of forms, from smart new offices in business parks to workshop and office space in refurbished factories. There's a range of both contemporary and traditional options to choose from – in Bow, old and new sit happily side-by-side. More glimpses of East End history is seen in the old distilleries at Three Mills, which are now home to film studios.

If your company needs to make regular deliveries, Bow has good access to the north and south by car, via Bow Road, which leads the A11 out towards the M25 and avoids London congestion.

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About the Area

Information About Bow

The gentrification of the area can be seen in the many wine bars that have popped up on Bow Wharf. Entertainment venues such as the Jongleurs’ Comedy Club should help your staff to wind down even further! Despite this facelift, Bow has managed to retain much of its old East End charm as well with a collection of homemade pie and mash cafes and market stalls found scattered along Roman Road. A good range of shops, supermarkets and sandwich delis also line Bow’s main streets, offering a variety of lunch options for you and your staff.

For more information on renting, buying, letting or selling commercial property in London locations such as Bow please contact a member of the Currell Commercial team.

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Location & Transport

If your company needs to make regular deliveries, Bow has good access to the north and south by car, via Bow Road, which leads the A11 out towards the M25 and avoids London congestion.

Transport Information

Mile End

District Line

Bow Road

Underground station serviced by the District, Hammersmith & City and DLR lines.

From Bow, be in:

  • Liverpool Street in 10 minutes
  • Waterloo in 20 minutes
  • Euston in 27 minutes
  • Kings Cross St Pancras in 28 minutes