Planning Usage: B1 Business / Office
Let’s talk about Garden Walk
behalf of a private landlord client – someone we’ve now worked with for over a
decade – we are now marketing a newly refurbished duplex office space on Garden
Walk in the heart of Shoreditch, with a new refurbishment carried out by the
inspirational Thirdway Interiors.
of a purpose built contemporary building constructed in the mid 1990s, with an
exterior clad in black tiles and copper mesh, the unit occupies the entire
ground and first floors and is the only commercial space in a building of
otherwise residential use. The office is fully self-contained and has its own
sleek and high-profile entrance in the middle of the building’s street
around the central residential service core, the floor plate extends to 6,210 ft²
and is split as 2,632 ft² on the ground floor and 3,578 ft² on the first floor which
are linked by a spiral staircase tucked into a corner at the far end.
A warm industrial aesthetic runs
throughout with the use of complementary urban materials to create a sharp and
modern workspace. A light oak floor in timber herringbone sits beneath an
exposed concrete ceiling from where services are suspended in galvanised steel:
white tubes of LED lighting hang from stainless steel cables and sit among the
conduit, trunking and perforated channels.
Bright white walls are offset
by dark grey steelwork, window frames and perimeter trunking with the colourway
and décor motifs extending to the newly refurbished male and female WCs: grey
chevron tiled floors; white brick tiled walls; contemporary white fittings;
dark grey accessories and grouting.
Outside at the rear is a
large, newly decked courtyard that will create an outdoor area for breakout
space, informal meetings and a place for colleagues to relax, ponder and
The location really is about
as Shoreditch as Shoreditch gets: right in the heart of the Shoreditch
Triangle, just off Great Eastern Street and directly opposite the Hoxton Hotel,
the office is at the centre of all action in this boundary-pushing mecca of
creative enterprises and surrounded by some of the best bars and restaurants
London has to offer.
Transport is no less excellent
with Old Street station just a few minutes walk and soon due for its own
regeneration with the transformation of the famous roundabout into a
pedestrian- and cycle-friendly landscaped public piazza. Other nearby stations include Shoreditch High
Street (Overground) and also Liverpool Street, soon to be augmented by the
Elizabeth Line and a new Broadgate ticket hall.
We are quoting an annual rent
of £59.50 per sq ft on a new full repairing and insuring lease.