Highbury has a distinctly multicultural flavour, illustrated in the diverse range of world food shops and pubs and clubs.
If you are looking for an office, shop or other commercial space to rent in London, you may wish to consider Highbury, which has good transport facilities linking it to the rest of London and beyond.
Companies that require offices and industrial units with a little more space will find Highbury an enviable location to buy or rent commercial property. It's generally seen as a cheaper alternative to neighbouring Canonbury and Barnsbury, but with all the facilities, Highbury also boasts a number of commercial properties with courtyards. Some well-located business premises with lock ups offer businesses more for their money, which should appeal to anyone that needs storage space.
The area’s great transport links and close proximity to central London make it a good location for companies who need regular mobility around central London, but appreciate the advantages of living in a more suburban area. Small businesses may also find the costs of living out of central London in Highbury to be more appropriate to their budget. Businesses with links to the fashion industry will also find a variety of shops to let with very reasonable price tags.
Highbury Fields is a brilliant asset to the area, which has tennis courts, football pitches and open spaces for your workforce to enjoy in the summer. At lunchtime, your staff may wish to get in a few lengths at Highbury Pool, which is one of London’s best-equipped and most popular swimming pools. Facilities here also include a high-tech gym, sauna and cardio-theatre with plasma screens, so you can stay fit all year round. Highbury is also famed for Arsenal football team with their new high tech stadium located in Drayton Park which is also bringing further business into the area.
For more information on renting, buying, letting or selling commercial property in Highbury please contact a member of the Currell Commercial team.
Highbury is served by a number of tube and railway stations, offering underground access into inner London and mainline access to the London hubs and beyond.
Victoria Line and Overground
Underground serviced by the Piccadilly line