Shoreditch Offices 650 sq ft to Let

Shoreditch Office Space are delighted to be offering by way of a sub lease until the end of 2015 Shoreditch offices to Let. Close to both Liverpool Street and Shoreditch Stations, this office is a short walk from Box Park, Hoxton Square and Spitalfields.

Available on an upper floor of this traditional Shoreditch Warehouse, this property presents excellent value for money in an ever increasing office rental market. This office is currently set up accommodate 10-12 people and has a separate meeting area. The furniture shown in these photos could be available through separate negotiation and agreement.

  • Wooden floors
  • Excellent Natural Light
  • Warehouse Style Building
  • Good floor to ceiling height
  • Flexible sublease offered

It is presented in an open plan format with it’s own kitchenette. It is not a serviced office but would suit a start up or company looking for flexibility. This office is currently occupied but could be made available at short notice to suit an new tenant.

Given our discussions with the landlord we believe that a tenant looking for a new Lease for a longer period will be able to achieve this by way of negotiation. Subject to Contract.

For costs please call the office 020 3434 3860. Also to arrange a viewing email

Light Bright Shoreditch Offices to Rent

Light Bright Shoreditch Offices to Rent




Hoxton Square Offices to Let Shoreditch 600 sq ft

If you are looking for a studio to be located in the heart of Shoreditch then this office space should be of interest. It is located on the popular western side of the Square and is offered on flexible Lease terms. Offices to rent in Shoreditch are in demand and this office will tick the box for most creative types.

The space has a raw and industrial feel, although it is in a charming period property accessed directly from the Square.

Please contact for further information or to arrange a viewing.

Tech City – Shoreditch Offices an introduction

Shoreditch has long been home to creative media types, but with the “Tech City” initiative it’s becoming more closely affiliated with tech companies than ever before. David Cameron first unveiled his plans for “Tech City” in November last year, and since then the initiative has snowballed. The initiative is backed by UK Trade & Investment, and although it’s in its early stages, the effects are already tangible; tech company numbers have exploded from 200 in November 2010 to around 600. “Tech City”, dubbed the “Silicon Roundabout”, is the English equivalent of Silicon Valley in the US. As Europe’s fastest growing technology cluster, it has drawn interest from start-ups and multinationals alike.


Looking towards Silicon Roundabout and the Heart of Tech City

September saw Google take out a 10 year lease on a property in Bonhill Street, which it plans to use as an innovation hub, which attests to the pull of “Tech City”. The commitment of serious players to the scheme will maximise the impact of the “Tech City” initiative, accelerating and accentuating its transformative effect.  The planned creation of a Future Cities Centre in Shoreditch, following Cisco’s pledge to partner with Imperial College London and UCL, will only enhance this pull. The centre will facilitate collaboration between academics, start-ups and better established businesses. Professor John Polak, from Imperial College London, envisioned the centre as “a new research powerhouse to drive the Tech City initiative”.


The consolidation of Shoreditch as a tech hub has cemented Shoreditch’s status as a popular property hotspot. While the influx of new companies has seen prices rise, Shoreditch still represents an attractive option for start-ups, who have access to various incubation spaces, and a Shoreditch location confers many additional benefits.


Along with providing networking opportunities, a Shoreditch address projects the right image to potential clients and investors, ensuring businesses are tagged as fast growing tech companies. A Shoreditch address also enables businesses to capitalise on the hype generated by the “Silicon Roundabout” initiative, and benefit from free marketing. The very branding of Shoreditch as “Tech City” has ensured copious amounts of media attention, generating business and conferring credibility.


With access to Europe’s biggest venture capital community, entrepreneurs are well placed to grow their tech companies in Shoreditch. Employee attraction and retention are also likely to be bolstered, owing to Shoreditch’s extensive amenities, excellent travel links and on-trend image. As a by-product of this, companies will have access to some of London’s best tech-centric talent. The cumulative effect of these benefits makes Shoreditch a highly attractive prospect. With all eyes upon “Tech City”, which is set to become a melting pot of talent, the value of a Shoreditch postcode is likely to continue rising.


If you are interested in a tour of Tech City then please contact the team at Shoreditch Office Space.

Shoreditch Serviced Offices, Great Eastern Street, EC2

Shoreditch Office Space have found an interesting and cost effective Serviced Office building close to both Old Street underground and main line Liverpool Street stations. Both are approximately under 10 mins walk away but many buses run close by including numbers 43, 35, 47 and 78.

Summit House has a fresh appearance and has the advantage of many excellent cafes, restaurants and wine bars, all close by.

The building benefits from a Wireless Router which will allow all P.C”s to link up to the Router through a Wireless PCI for direct acces to Broadband and the Internet.

So if you are looking for Shoreditch Serviced Offices for a start up or ongoing business then this building could well provide a cost effective solution.