Our free Whitechapel office space search service was designed to help you find the perfect business address in London's East End. Our 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.

Set in the heart of the City, the second, third and fourth floors of this modern office building are available. They range in size from 6,750 to 8,205 sq ft. The building is fully refurbished and the floors can be offered together or individually. The floors are available on a fully managed basis where a bespoke turn-key office solution can be provided for an all-in monthly cost to include rent, rates, service charge, fit-out and facilities... More info

Leased from £20 per sq ft
21 Prescot Street - E1 8AD


Located in a renovated Grade II listed warehouse, this Whitechapel-based centre consists of six workstations situated within an ultra-creative environment. Tenants will have full access to all communal facilities which includes complimentary tea and coffee, use of a large conference room to host any clients, daily cleaning services and high speed internet. The space in open plan in design allowing for a free-flowing atmosphere, and the... More info

Sublease from £333 per person per month
74 Backchurch Lane - E1 1AB


This spacious office in a fantastic East London location is available now, perfect for businesses of all types. The space is furnished, featuring 12 workstations and a conference room attached. There are two huge glass windows that let in plenty of natural light, provide a great view and create a bright and airy work environment. Tenants can access the property 24-hours a day and benefit from the super-fast internet connection. The... More info

Sublease from £333 per person per month
Tower Bridge Business Centre, 46-48 East Smithfield, Whitechapel - E1W 1AW


Nestled in the heart of Whitechapel, this vibrant hybrid workspace is housed within a stunning Art-Deco building. The space benefits from an abundance of natural light - with lots of windows, tall ceilings and glass partitions - which makes for a setting that will maximise your productivity. Members will be able to make use of the centre's robust menu of amenities, such as a dedicated podcast recording studio that boasts a range of... More info

Coworking from £75 per person per month
38 Turner Street, London - E1 2AS


Situated within a row of renovated Georgian terrace houses, this Whitechapel-based centre offers a vibrant and supportive environment for start-ups to grow as a business. The historic, character-filled building is contrasted beautifully with the space's light-filled, modern interior. Members are sure to feel productive and creative in the space. Private offices range from 2-person units up to 10-person and there is also an impressive large... More info

Serviced from £195 per person per month
55 Philpot Street, Whitechapel - E1 2JH


This building benefits from a fantastic Whitechapel location with great accessibility, as well as excellent on-site amenities. The office space has floor to ceiling windows which let in an abundance of natural daylight, creating a bright and airy work environment. The property is accessible 24-hours a day, perfect for those who want flexibility in their working hours. Tenants can take advantage of the dedicated on-site meeting rooms, cafe... More info

Sublease from £1000 per person per month
5 Cavell Street, Shadwell - E1 2BP


A Victorian warehouse gated development situated nearby Spitalfields market. All floors benefit from an abundance of natural light from numerous windows and extensive skylights. Members also have the benefit of an outdoor courtyard - the perfect location to take a break during a busy working day. This space also boasts a sleek and stylish interior design that will impress clients and colleagues alike. A number of useful and meaningful... More info

Leased - Call for latest price
Huguenot Place, 17 Heneage Street, Spitalfields - E1 5LN




Where to Find Office Space in Whitechapel

Located in the middle of East London's cultural scene, offices in Whitechapel are close to The Whitechapel Gallery and the historic Wilton's music hall. Many offices are based along Whitechapel High Street and efforts are underway to refurbish and rebrand existing buildings into modern spaces.

  • East London Works at 75 Whitechapel High Street has undergone upgrades to its office spaces as well as to common areas in order to offer bicycle racks and showers for tenants.
  • Other office options in the area include 133 Whitechapel High Street. It features furnished or unfurnished offices and co-working spaces as well as meeting rooms, showers, bicycle storage and event spaces.
  • The White Chapel Building at 10 Whitechapel High Street boasts 250,000 square feet of office space and a 7,000 square foot atrium with a reception area and communal workstations. The recently refurbished building is opposite from Aldgate East tube station and close to Liverpool Street station.

Whitechapel Transportation Links

Whitechapel station provides links to the rest of the London travel network, and Shoreditch, Bethnal Green and Aldgate East stations are all within easy reach. Multiple bus routes serve the area.

About Whitechapel, London City Fringe

Situated close to the London Docklands in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, the East End has long been a popular choice for immigrants looking to settle in London. It has also traditionally been a place for the working class, and was the heart of the capital's Jewish community from the nineteenth century until the early twentieth century.

Whitechapel is bordered by Middlesex Street and Mansell Street in the west, Cambridge Health Road and Sidney Street in the east, Fashion Street in the north, and The Highway in the south. The heart of the area is Whitechapel High Street, which becomes Whitechapel Road towards its eastern edge and was named after a small fourteenth century chapel dedicated to St. Mary that was destroyed during the Second World War.

Whitechapel has become synonymous with the murders of Jack the Ripper during the late 1880s. George Bernard Shaw and Vladimir Lenin spent time in Whitechapel, which was also where the 'Elephant Man' Joseph Merrick was displayed for some time in a shop on Whitechapel Road before being moved to the nearby Royal London Hospital.

Grow Your Business in Whitechapel

Whitechapel has long played an important role in London industry. Once a Roman trade route, the area is the site of the world's oldest business enterprise. Founded in 1570 the Whitechapel Bell Foundry is the oldest surviving manufacturer in Britain.

There is a diverse range of commercial activity in Whitechapel and local businesses are active in a range of sectors. The arrival of Crossrail will improve connections between the area and other parts of London, including Heathrow and City airports as well as Canary Wharf. This will likely help bring new economic activity into the area, including with new office and retail development planned for Durward Street Gardens to the north of the Crossrail station.

Whitechapel is also home of the Royal London Hospital, a world class facility that has seen an investment of £1 billion to improve health care services in East London. Plans are in place to transform the former Royal London Hospital building into new offices as well as retail, cultural and community spaces. Queen Mary University of London operates a campus in the area, including the Bio Innovation Centre. A new Life Science Campus is proposed under the Whitechapel Vision from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets as part of efforts to attract health, bio-tech and life sciences industries to Whitechapel.


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Serviced Workspace

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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Start-ups

London offers a diverse mix of office space for startups and freelancers, who can choose among co-working spaces, serviced offices, hot desks, accelerators, and incubators.

Access to first-class facilities.
Flexible contracts.
A wide variety of locations & specifications.
Environment created for startups.
Fosters growth, creativity, and collaboration.

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Coworking Space

London's solid entrepreneurial spirit has driven the demand for flexible coworking office space as a practical and cost-effective alternative to conventional leases.

Flexible costs and contract lengths.
Wide range of options to choose from.
Modern high-spec office buildings.
Promotes collaboration & networking.
No initial capital or financial commitment required, and no exit or disposal costs.