The area’s recent extensive period of gentrification has caused both the property prices and demand for commercial property to rise.
With the newly opened Shoreditch High Street station bringing further mobility to the district, anyone looking for commercial property may wish to consider the benefits of locating in Shoreditch too.
With its close proximity to the financial district, excellent transport links and myriad of cultural offerings, Shoreditch is an appealing and viable business district. In recent years, a range of film, music, media and high-tech communications companies have set up in the area, so businesses in a similar field should certainly consider following suit. Whether you are looking for offices or studio space, Shoreditch’s location just north of the City of London would benefit any business that needs to be close to the City.
Shoreditch’s proximity to a number of important banks and institutions should also appeal to businesses involved in the financial sector, whilst the area’s transport links would serve companies that require good mobility around and out of London. In recent years, Shoreditch has seen a number of web start up companies buy and rent commercial property, all drawn by the area’s successful tech companies and superior travel links.
As well as being a sought after business district, Shoreditch is a hotspot for art galleries, bars and restaurants, which will provide your staff with a variety of places to unwind after work. Brick Lane is lined with award-winning Anglo-Indian restaurants, and some of the best clubs and pubs in East London, including 93 Feet East. Shoreditch also boasts a number of Mediterranean restaurants which serve award-winning cuisine. Throughout the day, you will find an excellent selection of sandwich shops, delis and chain cafes to cater for the lunch needs of your workers.
For more information on buying, selling, renting or letting commercial property in the Shoreditch area please contact a member of the Currell Commercial team.
If you have staff or clients travelling from other parts of the city, Shoreditch has some excellent transport links.
Major underground hub serviced by the Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Mainline railway links to other parts of London and much of the South East, including Cambridge and Stanstead Airport.