About Brick Lane
Brick Lane is a bustling street in the East End, famed for its Bangladesh community, with many great authentic curry houses on offer. Brick Lane was once a hub for brick and tile manufacturing, followed by brewing. Today, Brick Lane is a vibrant art and fashion district. Small and medium-sized companies thrive in office space the area, benefitting from the active community. A wide range of businesses are based in the area, with a strong presence of companies in creative industries, such as designers, marketing agencies and production companies.
An artistic district, Brick Lane is home to a number of galleries and also has a regular display of graffiti and street art, featuring artists such as Banksy, Ben Eine and Stik. Located within easy reach of the City, Brick Lane is an ideal setting for companies looking for trendy office space with great transport links.
Office Space in Brick Lane
Brick Lane has a variety of office space to rent in purpose-built office premises and converted former industrial buildings, many offering individual offices and coworking space, as well as meeting rooms. Some more modern serviced offices are available above retail stores, and provide good space for companies on a tight budget. The site of the former Truman Brewery is now an office, retail and entertainment complex, home to over 250 businesses.
The nearest underground stations are Aldgate East and Liverpool Street, providing tenants in office space with easy access across London. The nearest overground station is Shoreditch High Street station and bus routes give easy access to surrounding areas.
Shops, Bars and Eateries
Alongside office premises, there are a variety of galleries and independent shopping outlets in Brick Lane, selling designer fashion, vintage clothing, cakes and pastries. Plenty of cafés and coffee shops provide the ideal opportunity to take a break from shopping, whilst restaurants deliver a culinary delight, including The Brickhouse, the Brick Lane Brasserie, La Cucina and Shampan.