In many ways the spiritual centre of Shoreditch, Rivington Street has long been the home to the artistic scene in East London. Its winding cobbles house a variety of independent coffee houses, restaurants, bars and cafes, all squeezed together in characterful period properties masked in graffiti that offers consistently changing social commentary.
Residents are an eclectic bunch – co-working providers, traditional office space, nightclubs and book shops. By day, the road is home to polite and inquisitive touristy types, exploring East London’s attractive side streets. By night, the road is a sea of trendy ‘Shoreditch types’ – artists, designers, innovators and visionaries. Hugely popular with a range of occupiers, Rivington Street continues to be the location of choice for Shoreditch’s international community of occupiers.
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