We have a substantial portfolio of Shoreditch office space for rent, and experts dedicated to finding you the ideal business location in East Central London. Whether it be serviced offices, flexible rentals, short term space, hot desking, freelance friendly shared workspaces, commercial units or virtual office solutions - we can help you find the ideal spot to set up shop and get busy working right away.
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
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.
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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
This five storey office building offers private offices and shared workspaces ranging from 120 sq ft to roughly 250 sq ft on flexible license agreements. In addition to short term office rentals you can also opt for coworking space and hot desking. The building has been fully refurbished and benefits from 24 hour access, on site parking, air conditioning and a roof top terrace. More info
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
This design-led property provides a modern and fashionable space to work and do business. Contemporary lines and décor contrast with original wood flooring and industrial elements including black steel window frames and exposed brick features. Brightly-lit work areas include shared workspace and offices ranging from 200 to 1,500 square feet.
A decked roof terrace is a comfortable space with panoramic views of Shoreditch... More info
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
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
The extensively refurbished Tagwright House at 35-41 Westland Place offers high end office accommodation, from dedicated private office suites to coworking space, providing a vibrant working environment. With design led interiors and exceptional furnishings, along with aesthetically pleasing conference facilities offering a stimulating space for those all important business discussions.
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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.
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Business in Shoreditch
Shoreditch is at the heart of London's technology cluster. The area is a popular base for tech companies, particularly web-based technology businesses. Many of these companies are focused around Old Street and the Old Street Roundabout. The area is also known as East London Tech City or simply Tech City, as well as Silicon Roundabout. It is the third largest technology start-up cluster after San Francisco and New York City. Shoreditch was identified as an area for development and companies were encouraged to move into the area thanks to low rents. As the technology cluster developed, several major companies arrived including Amazon, Cisco, Facebook, Google and Intel.
In addition to technology start-ups and established companies, there are several financial and professional services providers in Shoreditch. These include Barclays, KPMG, McKinsey & Company, and Taylor Wessing.
Office Buildings in Shoreditch
Prior to the growth of Tech City, much of Shoreditch was rundown and neglected. Starting in the mid-1990s, warehouses and industrial buildings in the area were transformed to house artists and businesses in creative industries. Technology companies as well as financial and professional services providers have also remodelled older buildings as well as built new offices in Shoreditch that has helped regenerate the area. Many brick warehouses dating back to the nineteenth century that stood along Old Street, Shoreditch High Street, Great Eastern Street and other roads in between have been converted into loft-style offices as well as studios and other work spaces. One of Shoreditch's landmark buildings is the Tea Building. Built in the 1930s as a bacon factory, building is home to several marketing agencies, fashion brands, media companies, designers, retailers and others.
Serviced office solutions include the Shoreditch Business Centre at 167 City Road. Housed in an Art Deco style building, the 27-storey development provides an ideal base for businesses involve in London's technology sector. It blends innovative design features with practical amenities including shared reception and meeting rooms.
While California and the United States have Silicon Valley, London's home of renowned technology companies is found in and around Shoreditch. Once situated in the historic East End of London, Shoreditch is now considered part of Central London within the London Borough of Hackney. The origin of the area's name remains in debate. While some believe it is named after Jane Shore, who is believed to have been buried in a ditch in the area, Shoreditch had long been known as Soersditch before the demise of King Edward IV's mistress. More likely, the once boggy area derives its name from 'sewer ditch'. The former working class neighbourhood and its old industrial warehouses have been converted into new spaces for innovation and creative industries.
Many London-based web-based and high-tech companies are based around the Old Street Roundabout, which is also known as the Silicon Roundabout. There is also a grittier side to Shoreditch with edgy street art decorating virtually every surface along its streets. Mixed in with this urban and commercial mix of contrasts are trendy pubs and cafes. Galleries based throughout the area also contribute to a thriving artistic scene.