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This laid back, dog friendly coworking space at 25 Horsell Road, Highbury East, N5 1XL is located near the Highbury & Islington station. The centre offers a range of flexible workspace options including weekend and day passes, coworking memberships for shared and dedicated desk space, as well as private offices.
Amenities include sound proof phone booths for private calls, an outdoor workspace / break area, meeting rooms, coffee... More info
St Mark's Studios, located at St Mary's House on Chillingworth Road provides modern office space for rent for all types of businesses. This former church is a stunning listed building with a colonnade façade that has been beautifully converted into bright, contemporary office accommodation.
Unfurnished and unbranded offices are spread across the ground floor and three upper floors at this unique property. Self-contained... More info
This stylish and fresh East London coworking space is designed for creative entrepreneurs, including professional architecture, graphic design, fashion, film, photography and web design services. It is ideal for freelancers, start-ups and businesses looking for a professional setting for collaborating, producing and meeting with clients.
The attractive and contemporary shared office space stands out with two fully-equipped... More info
Dalston Lane, Dalston is the location of this office building, offering facilities that include lounge / break-out areas for employees to take a break or hold informal meetings, conference rooms for presentations and meetings, as well as completely unbranded space for your business. Providing not only secretarial and admin staff to assist you with the running of your business but also a manned reception service for that professional and... More info
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Hoxton office building includes hot desking - an excellent way to save on space and facilities, rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees, and a number of shared office space features. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: easy access to the building for those with reduced mobility, a cafe on site perfect for office breaks or meals, and easy... More info
Various cost-effective office solutions and collaborative workspaces are available at this Upper Street business hub, including flexible coworking spaces, hot desks and dedicated desks. An inviting and spacious shared workspace is beautifully furnished with trendy décor and colourful accents.
Along with desk space, a limited number of small office spaces are also available on flexible terms at this stylish centre. These... More info
Modern shared office space at this Haggerston property in East London deliver a bright and contemporary environment to work and grow your business. Five office spaces range from 200 to 360 square feet, ideal sizes for micro and small businesses. Each unit is furnished to a high standard, while flexible rental agreements for one- to five-months allow you to adjust your space quickly with very little hassle.
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This unique, ultra modern freehold property in Hoxton offers three office units currently available for rent on flexible terms, from 1560 square feet up to 4700 square feet in size. Featuring high ceilings which allow an abundance of light, and lovely views over the canal. Space is offered unbranded, which provides a professional, polished look to clients and other businesses.
A short walk from Old Street and Angel underground... More info
Coworking spaces and offices are spread across four floors, offering more than 6,600 square feet of high quality business accommodation. Much of the converted warehouse's architectural character has been preserved, including its original loft and vault ceilings. Wooden flooring and plenty of natural daylight add to the brick building's charm.
Office solutions include dedicated desks in a shared workspace for teams with up to 30... More info
The Busworks is a converted Victorian-era bus factory with flexible office, coworking, studio and workshop spaces. This stylish office location is made up of four unique buildings, each offering a character-filled work environment with modern facilities. Commercial units with amazing period features accommodate organisations with two to 50 people, while shared amenities support occupiers in this friendly community of entrepreneurs and... More info
Business in Canonbury
Canonbury in Islington remains largely a residential area, with most economic activity focused on retail. The area also has a strong arts and cultural community and is located north of Angel and Islington's growing creative sector. Canonbury has a long association with the arts and in particular literature. Authors George Orwell, Samuel Phelps and Evelyn Waugh lived in terraced houses along Canonbury Square.
The leafy garden square is between of Highbury & Islington station and Essex Road, one of Canonbury's major commercial streets. A number of restaurants and bars are also based along Essex Road
Office Buildings in Canonbury
Most offices in Canonbury are relatively small when compared to other parts of Central London such as office towers in the City and developments in the West End. A few charitable and non-profit organisations have offices in the area, including Greenpeace UK at Canonbury Villas. Also based in the area are the Canonbury Society and the Islington Society, both of which are focused on local issues.
Offices for creative industries are found at Leroy House. The serviced office building includes staffed reception, on-site parking, meeting rooms and bicycle racks. Bright and naturally lit offices are designed with high ceilings and wood flooring.
An attractive and laidback residential area within the London Borough of Islington, Canonbury is known for its stately Victorian homes and inviting antique shops. This charming part of the north of London also boasts beautiful brownstone buildings, casual pubs and intimate cobblestone streets.
The area sits between Essex Road, Upper Street, Cross Street, and St Paul's Road. It is named after the Canons of St Bartholomew's Priory, which was granted the land that makes up Canonbury in 1253. Canonbury was largely undeveloped until the early part of the nineteenth century. The area was one of the first in London to experience gentrification, which started in the 1950s as war-damaged and older buildings were rebuilt and restored.
Canonbury includes Regent's Canal, a busy cycling route for commuters. It is also the home of Canonbury Tower, a manor house built between 1509 and 1532. The area has also attracted several well-known writers and artists, particularly around Canonbury Square. The pretty square was developed between 1805 and 18030 and was the home of George Orwell, Samuel Phelps, Evelyn Waugh, and others.