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  2. Media-style office in Clerkenwell’s showroom district

    11 September 2019
    Having undergone a refurbishment and now available for occupation, this 4th-floor office sits at the top of a former industrial building in a prime Clerkenwell position.
    Measuring 1464ft2, the top floor space has high ceilings that reach up into the roof apex with exposed timber and steel joists that radiate plenty of loft character. It’s an authentic warehouse feel that continues with the beautiful original factory windows to the front, offset with double-glazed matching replacements to the rest of the space. Other renovation works include refurbishing the kitchenette and demised WC, along with repainting the original floorboards.

    The office has a partial fit-out that includes suspended lighting, grit-blasted brickwork, exposed air-conditioning units, galvanized conduit running overhead, super-fast fibre connectivity and a sleek glass-walled meeting room. 

    Set in Clerkenwell’s showroom district among occupiers including Vitra, Boss and Ocee, Great Sutton Street has amassed a comprehensive collection of art galleries and design stores that deliver a laidback and creative vibe. Running parallel to – and just north of – Clerkenwell Road, the street is also home to one of the neighbourhood’s best pubs, The Slaughtered Lamb.

    In fact, Clerkenwell is somewhat legendary for its vast offering of places to eat and drink, from an early morning coffee to late night cocktails and everything in between: it’s part of what makes it so easy for businesses to attract the very best talent in London. Within walking distance of Great Sutton Street are two particular local favourites: the daily street food market at Whitecross Street, and the recently created gastro-boulevard at The Bower.

    Nearby Old Street Roundabout is currently undergoing a major transformation and, in 2020, will open as a contemporary public piazza by closing off the north-west entrance to City Road. This latest piece of public realm will include new pedestrian crossings, dedicated cycle lanes and lots of seating.

    Transport connections are excellent with Farringdon, Barbican and Old Street stations all within a short walk and offering between them Underground, National Rail and Thameslink services. Old Street station is being refurbishment as part of the improvements to the roundabout above and, when the first phase of Crossrail completes, Farringdon will become a major Central London interchange with fast trains to Canary Wharf, Heathrow Airport and deeper into Kent, Essex and Berkshire. 

    The office is being marketed at a rent of £49.50 per ft2. If you would like to see whether this could be the next home for your business, please do get in touch.

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