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Our free office space search service was designed to help you find the perfect business address in Old Street. Our East Central London commercial property portfolio includes serviced offices in business centres, start up space, collaborative workspaces and hot desking in cowork hubs, virtual services, conventional office leasing and more - all at budget friendly rates.

Designed by architects AHMM, interior spaces benefit from high ceilings and plenty of natural light. The result is a contemporary workspace that is functional yet attractive and inviting. Options range from two-person studios to offices for up to 50 people. If you are looking for a desk in a welcoming and collaborative setting, there is also a co-working space.

Each space of this stylish property is designed with modern... More info

City Road - EC1Y, Old Street


This unique business campus provides a selection of boutique office accommodation, set within the eye-catching Albert House building. With a total of forty office suites available, complete with stylish furnishings and chic interior decor, along with an impressive reception area staffed with professional and friendly personnel.

Communal, shared coworking space allows your company to share office infrastructure and provides a... More info

Old Street - EC1V, Old Street


This high end property has recently been given a facelift, providing design led, stylish business space with a fresh new look. Offering a mixture of individual private office suites, club membership, and freelance friendly, shared coworking space, providing a multitude of networking opportunities and a buzzing work environment.

Courteous and highly professional reception staff are ready to welcome you to the building, while... More info

Corsham Street - N1, Old Street


Shared private offices at this Shoreditch coworking hub on Featherstone St are customisable, allowing you to create work environments that meet your corporate vision and operational needs. Spaces are designed for teams of between 40 and 120 people. Each shared workspace includes dedicated meeting rooms with audiovisual equipment, relaxed breakout space for informal discussions, and convenient kitchen facilities. You also have the option to... More info

Featherstone Street - EC1Y, Old Street


Situated in Shoreditch, this shared workspace at 58 City Road is in the heart of Tech City. The property delivers flexible and cost-effective office and coworking solutions to organisations with up to 80 people. On-site amenities at this innovative location also create a friendly and comfortable environment to work and do business.

All-inclusive options range dedicated desks for mobile and flexible workforces to private offices... More info

City Road - EC1Y, Old Street


Eagle House is an Art Deco style building on City Road in Shoreditch/Hackney. This 27-storey building provides an ideal base for businesses involved in London's technology sector with the business centre offering a range of office accommodation including coworking spaces and private offices.

Blending innovative design features with practical amenities - such as a shared reception and meeting rooms - the business centre provides... More info

City Road - EC1V, Old Street


Bath Street, Old Street 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, rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees, as well as shared space. Amenities for this office space are comprehensive, including: beautifully furnished office, an on site cafe for lunches or breaks, and also 24 hour access, 7... More info

Bath Street - EC1V, Old Street


Situated at 140 Tabernacle Street, this Victorian property has been masterfully converted into contemporary office accommodation. Private and shared office space is available in 30 self-contained office suites of various sizes and layouts found over five floors.

Available furnished or unfurnished, these spaces accommodate businesses of different sizes. The centre's community is a cross-section of the economy with a mix of... More info

Tabernacle Street - EC2, Shoreditch


The office space at this Shoreditch centre is ideal for small businesses looking for a premier location near Old Street station. Suites are fully furnished with eye-catching details. Collaborative coworking spaces are designed with open-plan layouts and accented with contemporary colours and fixtures. Offices are also equipped with modern conveniences including high-speed broadband connectivity.

Meeting spaces are fitted with... More info

Rivington Street - EC2A, Shoreditch


Hidden beyond an archway from bustling Rivington Street, this stunning commercial property in Shoreditch is set around a pleasant courtyard. Modern office accommodation from 116 to 1,560 square feet are designed for small- and medium-sized organisations.

Furnished and unbranded offices feature high-speed broadband connections and digital telephones. In-house IT solutions and support also mean any of your technology and... More info

Rivington Street - EC2A, Shoreditch




Business in Old Street

Old Street in Shoreditch is the epicentre of London's technology industry. The street and the Old Street Roundabout are popular locations for technology businesses, from fledgling start-ups to established international giants. The Old Street Roundabout is also known as the Silicon Roundabout, UK's answer to Silicon Valley. The area is also referred to as East London Tech City or Tech City and is the world's third largest technology start-up cluster after San Francisco and New York City. Several major companies are based in the area including Amazon, Cisco, Facebook, Google and Intel. In addition to technology companies, there are a number of financial and professional services providers including Barclays, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, and Taylor Wessing. The Old Street area also provides a lively environment with luxury hotels, fine restaurants and bars, artisan bakeries, and various shops.

Office Buildings in Old Street

Beginning in the mid-1990s, many nineteenth century warehouses and industrial buildings in the Old Street area were converted into work spaces for artists and creative businesses. These loft-style offices have also become the home for start-up technology companies. Modern office spaces have been added to the mix by technology companies as well as financial and professional services that have established offices in the area. Overlooking the Old Street Roundabout is 99 City Road, the headquarters for the satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat.

The Bower on Old Street combines retail and restaurant space with modern offices. The 320,000 square foot development provides views of the City and the Old Street Roundabout. It includes The Tower, a new landmark building set to open in 2018. The Tower will include 171,000 square feet of office space and access to shared facilities throughout The Bower site, including showers, a cafe and a lounge. The Warehouse at 211 Old Street, houses several creative businesses including CBS, Farfetch, Pivotal, Allegis and Stripe.

About Old Street

Linking Central and East London, Old Street sits within the Clerkenwell area of the London Borough of Islington. It runs west to east from Goswell Road towards Shoreditch and the old Shoreditch Town Hall where it meets with Shoreditch High Street, Hackney Road and Kingsland Road. The eastern edge forms part of London's technology hub that is centred around the Old Street Roundabout, which is also known as the Silicon Roundabout.

As its name suggests, the thoroughfare has ancient origins and is believed to have once formed part of an old Roman road that connected Colchester and Silchester. During the twelfth century it was known as Ealdestrate and in 1373 it was recorded as Ie Oldestrete. More recently, Old Street has become a favourite for well-known graffiti artists including Banksy. Old Street and nearby Hoxton Square and Great Eastern Street also form part of the hipster haven of Hoxton, which is known for its lively night life.


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Executive Suites

SMEs are the most common serviced office occupier. First-time business owners are also typical tenants, as a serviced office is perceived as a less risky option when compared to conventional office space.

All-inclusive pricing.
Short / flexible lease length.
Less capital expenditure.
Opportunities for networking.
No dilapidation costs.

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Business Centre Offices

Business centre and business park space is available in a number of forms including serviced offices, virtual offices, hot desks, and shared office space.

Flexibility.
Better value than conventional space.
Creative allocation of space and high quality premises.
Lower financial risks.
No legal or commercial agent costs.

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Desk Rental

Along with global entrepreneurial hubs like San Francisco, New York, or Singapore, London is considered one of the best locations in terms of the hot desking options available in the city.

Fosters sharing and collaboration.
Encourages creativity.
Expands professional networks.
Provides staff with freedom and flexibility.
Hourly, daily, weekly or longer packages.
Cost effective.