Planning Usage: B1 Business / Office
showroom district provides a constant stream of design and creative inspiration
when wandering past the giant windows of fashion and furniture retailers like
Vitra, Knoll, Boss Design and Kholer.
On Goswell Road, one of the streets that forms the central crosspoint to this
part of the city fringe, the sweeping corner facade of the Zaha Hadid Design
gallery sits directly next to the entrance of number 99, a building where Colliers are
marketing a self-contained ground floor office space.
The unit's interior mixes a mildly industrial aesthetic with creative office
design, where 3.5 metre ceiling heights and large casement windows form the
floorplate of 2,075ft2 is laid out to include a large open plan
workspace, separate meeting area, modern kitchen and demised WCs, with a
backdrop of Victorian radiators, painted concrete floors and lighting on
unusual option to buy or to rent creates a widening of the regular audience,
from businesses seeking a straightforward lease, to those nabbing the chance to
own their own workplace, to investors expanding their rental portfolios in
London's creative quarter.
the contingent of showrooms, design studios and creative enterprises, the local
street scene is enlivened with a vast choice of places to eat and drink at any
time of day, from coffee to cocktails at breakfast or bedtime.
nearby street food market at Whitecross Street is a firm favourite with people
working in the neighborhood, where food trucks and stalls mete out dishes from
around the world in a vibrant and aromatic atmosphere. Also nearby, equally as
busy but somewhat more sedentary, the gastro boulevard at The Bower hosts some
of Londoners’ favourite names from the city's contemporary dining scene.
future is also bright in this corner of the world with two imminent
developments about to transform the local connectivity.
half a mile east of Goswell Road, Old Street Roundabout is set for a major
change of direction when the busy gateway to Shoreditch switches its allegiance
from cars to pedestrians and becomes an open public piazza.
Farringdon station, meanwhile, will become a major London transport interchange
at the end of 2019 when the Elizabeth Lines opens with the completion of Phsase
One of Crossrail.
are quoting a rent of £45 per ft2 for the office, or a sale price of
£1,825,000 + VAT.