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Office Space East London: Area Guide

East London covers everything to the east of the City of London including areas such as Shoreditch, Hoxton and Canary Wharf. During the Second World War, the East End was ‘Target A’ for bombing because it contained some of the most important dockland areas.

This partly led to lower rents and more available property, which in turn triggered the rise of the area in recent years as businesses have found it easy to find office space to rent in East London.

No two streets in East London are the same and it is now a popular business district, a place of diversity and a busy cultural hub.


Setting up your Business Here

There are a wide range of businesses and industries based in East London and the networking opportunities in this area are fantastic. Canary Wharf is a major financial district and attracts some of the biggest and most important financial institutions in the world.

Today, many corporate giants are calling East London their home. Also referred to as Tech City, many world-renowned brands are opening offices in the area, including Google, Amazon and Intel. With favourable rents, strong transport links and access to a whole host of business opportunities, East London is the perfect location for serviced offices and flexible coworking spaces.


Culture and Entertainment

East London is a busy cultural hub with a diverse range of activities to get involved in. The Museum of Childhood is a simple and relaxed East London museum offering a beautiful look at childhood through the ages.

For a more grown-up look at history, the Geffrye Museum demonstrates interior design and decor through the ages. Visitors can walk through a series of rooms which take them through the decades.

Sports fans can watch a variety of sporting events take place in the famous Olympic Park or head to Hoxton, where visitors will be greeted by an array of independent galleries.


Eating Out

For a casual meal, visit the Hoxton Grill – a popular American-style diner featuring exposed brick walls, red leather booths, a varied menu and plenty of drinks options.

If you are looking for traditional British food with an elegant twist, The Clove Club is a former pub on Commercial Street which has been reinvented as a trendy gastropub serving its own unique take on British classics. The menu is always changing but makes for a real gastronomic experience each and every time.

Head to Blues Kitchen situated in Shoreditch for a combination of affordable, tasty food and entertainment. Enjoy melt-in-the-mouth food whilst listening to vintage funk music from a variety of live bands and DJs.


Transport Links

  • Underground Stations: London Bridge, Shoreditch, Canary Wharf, Stratford
  • Tube lines: Jubilee, Overground, DLR
  • Mainline stations: Liverpool Street, Stratford, Stratford International
  • Nearest airports: London City (22 min), Gatwick (1 hr 10 min)
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M25, M11
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