Office Space in Shoreditch
Whether you're looking for a longer term option to lease or rent, or want a more flexible arrangement in a coworking centre or serviced office building, we cover all the options.
From coworking offices that allow you to connect with tech firms to creative studios that offer flexible and temporary solutions like hot desking, there are a wide range of workspaces to choose from in Shoreditch. To see what your options are, whether you’re looking for a serviced office or a long-term lease in a contemporary setting, simply scroll down to the bottom of the page.
With a long history of helping businesses set up in Shoreditch, exclusive access to the finest properties in the area and an extensive network of connections, you can rest assured that we have the experience and knowledge to help you find, secure and move into a new office.
Two words that are often used to describe the look and feel of Shoreditch are cool and creative. Think Brick Lane Market, the ‘pop up mall’ Boxpark and some of the best street art in the UK, and you can understand why it’s one of London’s trendiest neighbourhoods – and such a big draw for hip startups and young professionals. We’re keen to keep it that way, which is why we’re actively working with landlords and owners to help protect the culture and heritage of Shoreditch.
If you’re interested in relocating here, key areas include Shoreditch High Street, Curtain Road, Great Eastern Street, Tabernacle Street, Bethnal Green Road and City Road.
Types of office space available in Shoreditch
There are plenty of offices to choose from in Shoreditch. So, if you’re keen on a flexible solution, we can point you to spaces that offer hot desking and coworking opportunities. If you’re after something more practical, we’ll find you the best serviced offices or properties with long-term leases. Not sure what you want? No worries, we’ll talk it through with you.
The thing to note about Shoreditch is that there’s something for everyone, including period buildings, converted warehouses, newly opened Grade A buildings and contemporary offices that are popular with media and tech firms. The list really goes on. Trust us, we know, we’ve been working in this chic London neighbourhood for years and remain heavily involved in redevelopments projects, too.
Major industries in Shoreditch
In recent years, Shoreditch has quietly transformed itself into something of a tech and creative epicentre, with a whole host of startups, creative enterprises and media, marketing and PR agencies now calling the London district home. You’ll find Silicon Roundabout here – also known as East London Tech City – an area that has a high concentration of tech businesses clustered together.
An office space in Shoreditch will set your organisation among these enterprises, especially if you opt for a coworking space. But don’t be put off by the fact that your business doesn’t neatly fall into any of the industries above. Shoreditch is constantly evolving, meaning it’s open to all.
Main transport links in Shoreditch
Train stations and London Underground and Overground
- Aldgate: tube station (Circle line, Metropolitan line)
- Aldgate East: tube station (Circle line, District line, Hammersmith & City line)
- Liverpool Street: rail and tube station
- Old Street: closest rail and tube station (Northern line)
- Shoreditch High Street: Overground station
- Buses: Shoreditch is well served by London’s red buses, including numbers 135, 149, 205 and N205, as well as numbers 55, 243 and N55
- Cycleways: Cycle Superhighway 1 and Quietway 13