Hoxton Square London N1 6PB

London Flexible Office Space

Property Summary

This is a beautiful building located in Shoreditch, containing five floors of outstanding serviced office space suitable for businesses of all sizes. Part of the much-celebrated Campus, a cluster of workspaces that’s built a name as a leading technology hub, it’s the perfect spot for businesses looking for a new office with bags of character in Shoreditch.

Throughout the building, spread from the basement to the third floor, are a range of self-contained serviced office spaces from 300-7,000sqft in size. All coming fully-fitted with modern ergonomic furniture, completely unbranded, and on flexible plug-and-play leases, they’re the ideal workspace choice for small to medium businesses seeking an office that offers something more.

This centre is perched on the southeast corner of Hoxton Square, Hoxton’s only public garden square which was laid all the way back in 1683, making it one of the oldest in London. It’s just minutes on foot from Old Street Station and Shoreditch High Street, offering rail connections to the rest of London and beyond. The building also contains secure bicycle storage, giving cycling commuters the chance to pedal to work every day.

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Property Features

  • Meeting RoomsMeeting Rooms
  • WiFiWiFi
  • 24hr Secure Access24hr Secure Access
  • Professional ReceptionProfessional Reception
  • KitchenKitchen
  • FurnishedFurnished

The shared workplace also contains all the communal amenities you could ever need, from private meeting rooms to bicycle storage, shower facilities to a manned reception. You’ve got one of London’s oldest square gardens on your doorstep, improving your employees wellbeing, providing you with a lovely place to unwind in after a day’s work and plenty of bars and restaurants to enjoy at your leisure.

This building has been many things in its time – including a furniture warehouse, chair store, recording studio, film director’s office, and design agency. This illustrious history of use all precedes its current centrality to the evolution of Hoxton Square, which has itself been witness to all sorts of historical happenings, from famous composers calling it home to a position as the playground for artists including Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst.

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