Grit blasted brick walls: check. Raw timber beams: check. Chunky iron pillars: check. Huge warehouse windows across three elevations: that too. And there’s a whole host of contemporary touches as well with air conditioning ducts and services running overhead in galvanised metal troughs; ceiling mounted LED lighting with exposed conduit; power sockets recessed into the floor and a good size full kitchen with cupboards in white high gloss and woodblock surfaces.
Ostensibly open plan, this first floor space extends to 2,846 ft2 and also features in-situ meeting rooms as part of the fit out. Facilities within the building include a passenger lift, showers and male & female WCs.
Shepherdess Walk maintains a special place in renaissance of Shoreditch and the City Fringe as one of the original streets that saw warehouse workspaces first take hold and that really put Hoxton on the map as a place to live, work and play.
The location is just 5 minutes walk from Old Street roundabout where Underground, National Rail and bus services connect to much of London, making this an easy place to get to and from with Clerkenwell, The City, West End, Islington and Kings Cross all readily accessible.
The collection of places to eat and drink in the vicinity is now legendary with food from all around the world, creative cocktails, craft beer, gourmet coffee and almost every type of breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner available. The daily street market at Whitecross Street is a real favourite among workers and locals, while the new retail and restaurant boulevard at The Bower has become an instant hit.