Islington has one of the highest densities of residents per square foot in London, which has encouraged a wide variety of services and amenities to the area – for both residents and businesses.
Like much of North London, Holloway is also undergoing a period of intense regeneration, which is set to improve these services even more. So whether you are looking for a shop to let, office space to rent or a studio to buy, now may be the time to choose one of the commercial properties in Holloway.
Holloway is known for its links to the fashion and shopping industries, so any businesses that work in retail would certainly benefit from relocating to Holloway. Companies that want a good location within London but don’t need close proximity to the inner City or financial districts may also benefit from office space in Holloway. Many of the available business premises to rent or buy are also ideal for companies who want to take advantage of a great City location that is immersed in contemporary culture.
With such good road links in and out of London, any company that needs to make deliveries around London or to the rest of the UK, would benefit from commercial premises in Islington . And due to its location just outside the city, if you have goods to store, you should find Holloway offers cheaper industrial units and warehouse spaces than other parts of North London.
Historically, Holloway was an important local shopping centre and today still boasts a variety of shops selling everything from hardware to designer labels. Since garnering more of a reputation as a cultural hotspot, Holloway has also amassed a variety of restaurants, clubs and bars to suit all tastes. Other attractions include the historic Holloway Odeon, which has multiple screens and an excellent atmosphere.
For more information on renting, buying, letting or selling commercial property in Holloway please contact a member of the Currell Commercial team.
Holloway has a number of major thoroughfares that can get you in and out of the City in relatively speedy time, including Holloway Road (A1), York Way (A5200), Hornsey Road (A103) and Caledonian Road (A5203).
Underground serviced by the Piccadilly line
Overground serviced by the Barking to Gospel Oak line
(just outside Holloway): Underground serviced by the Northern line.