Serviced Offices in Shoreditch (Office Space for Rent)

Browse a large selection of serviced office space for rent in Shoreditch, London. Whether you are seeking a modern, creative or traditional workspace, the business centres we list are varied and offer a number of offices to choose from in each location, for all sizes of companies.

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Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
8 to 200 people
From £3,920/mo.

Grade A office accommodation in an attractive Grade II listed Georgian property enjoys a prime location and city views. Self-contained workspaces offer market-leading technology, CAT5, breakout areas and 24/7 access.

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Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £720/mo.

Business centre in a trendy London area boasting numerous rail, tube and bus links offers cool workspaces and meeting rooms. Amenities include CAT5e, reception services, event spaces, bike storage, showers and a rooftop garden.

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Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London, EC2
Private serviced offices
2 to 85 people
From £1,200/mo.

Renovated central location warehouse near several tube, rail and overground stations boasts trendy, spacious office solutions enjoying a roof terrace and café. Breakout areas, bike storage, VoIP and meeting rooms are provided.

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Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, E2
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £600/mo.

Creative modern workspaces are available at this impressive property with excellent transport links in vibrant Shoreditch. Meeting rooms, funky breakout areas, a juice/cocktail bar and onsite catering are provided.

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Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £918/mo.

Contemporary, design-led workspaces with high ceilings and wooden floors are available in this prime London location on flexible, affordable monthly terms. Complimentary beverages, meeting rooms and event spaces feature.

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Mark Square, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £1,400/mo.

Attractive business accommodation arranged over six floors provides an impressive entrance lobby with a staffed reception, a fully-equipped events space, bike storage, showers, a games room, standing desks and a quiet room.

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Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
12 to 16 people
From £3,720/mo.

City-centre office building with 24/7 access boasts attractive, design-led workspaces and meeting rooms in a trendy location. High-speed WiFi, reception services, CAT6, VoIP, telecoms, a breakout space and IT support feature.

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Luke Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A
Private serviced offices
2 to 130 people
From £1,200/mo.

Office space set over four floors enjoys 24/7 access and ultrafast internet in a prime location. Air-conditioned workspaces benefit from secure storage, meeting rooms, breakout areas, ping pong and an events space.

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Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, London, E1
Private serviced offices
2 to 60 people
From £1,200/mo.

Characterful period property boasting artistic modern interiors provides unbranded open-plan offices and meeting rooms. A staffed reception, breakout spaces, showers, IT support, VoIP, disabled access and roof terrace feature.

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Shoreditch

Shoreditch has gained a great reputation over recent years for being a trendy and creative part of London, filled with cool bars, independent boutiques and great attractions, drawing companies to office space in the area. This area also happens to be a historic district of the capital that has enabled it to fuse modern developments with an old-school atmosphere. Shoreditch is a melting pot of cultures that has influenced the area, providing a unique and diverse environment for companies. It has had countless notable residents over the years, as well as renowned businesses as well, which have all contributed to it being such a desirable office location.

 

Shoreditch was once a coach stop with an established reputation in the textile and furniture industries. It was also a popular location for actors, poets and playmakers, creating its reputation for being a creative neighbourhood that has survived to this day. While it suffered a decline during the 19th century, large waves of gentrification during the 1990s saw this district reborn as a huge commercial hub. In particular, digital, web and technology firms flock to this area, resulting in it forming part of the ‘Silicon Roundabout’. Tech giants are based in offices here along with entrepreneurs and media start-ups, communication brands, publishers and finance companies, benefitting from the close proximity to the City.

 

Shoreditch Offices to Rent

In keeping with the surroundings, offices in Shoreditch are packed with character, from converted properties to stylish and modern commercial spaces. The offices here vary in style to suit different sectors, such as converted warehouses that are ideally suited to companies seeking a more distinctive and unique commercial space. There are properties to rent on a private or shared basis that can accommodate businesses of all different sizes, from small start-ups to expanding businesses looking to relocate to the area.

 

Situated in the buzzing centre of Shoreditch, these office premises are moments from transport connections for links to the rest of the city. While there are parking spaces in Shoreditch, they tend to fill up quickly as it is a popular tourist hub – for commuters or professionals looking to access the rest of the city for client meetings, public transport is a quicker and more reliable option.

 

Surrounding Areas

Shoreditch is located in the Borough of Hackney, neighboured by Bethnal Green, Old Street and the City. The popular area of Spitalfields is just a five-minute walk from Shoreditch, as is the affluent Finsbury region. It sits just over two miles north-east of Charing Cross and is often combined with its neighbouring area, Hoxton, which has a similar atmosphere and creative feel.

 

Transport Links

Shoreditch is one of the best-connected areas in London, making it a great location to rent office space. Liverpool Street station is served by the Circle, Central, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines. This area is also served by Shoreditch High Street, Old Street and Moorgate stations, providing mainline trains and Overground services. From this part of the city, commuters can be in Waterloo or Canary Wharf in 15 minutes, Kings Cross in 5 minutes and Oxford Circus in 9 minutes.

 

There are plenty of bus routes, withthe 55 and 48 taking workers into the city centre and the 149 travelling to London Bridge, among others. From Liverpool Street, there are routes to the south east of England as well as Stansted Airport. Heathrow Airport is 75 minutes from Shoreditch, while Gatwick Airport is 50 minutes via Thameslink services.

 

Food and Drink Options in Shoreditch

Professionals working in Shoreditch have their pick of practically any cuisine they desire, from street food stalls to Michelin starred restaurants like The Clove Club. The curry houses of Brick Lane are just moments away while luxury eateries like Prescott and Conran, The Albion and The Boundary are perfect for special occasions. For an authentic East End experience, there is the Hoxton Market. From the Ruby Café to EAT and Renzo, there are numerous options for picking up coffee before heading to the office too.

 

Shoreditch is also well-equipped in terms of bars, from The Carpenter’s Arms to the Lounge Lover and the Ten Bells – all ideally suited to unwinding with a drink after work. For picking up a quick lunch or dinner on the way home, Shoreditch also has several supermarkets. For organic and Fairtrade goods, head to The Grocery which is situated on Shoreditch High Street. Shoreditch is well-known for being a great location for shoppers too, with Redchurch Street providing a host of upscale options as well as Brick Lane for vintage shops. Professionals looking for activities after work can head to the nearby theatres, museums or galleries.

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