One of the most eye-catching is the 24-storey Canaletto building at number 259, designed by the renowned architectural practice UN Studio and a confident break from the norm with its curved cladding snaking around the exterior to create an arresting sight.
The ground and lower ground floors are home to 6,850ft2 of B1 office office space in a single, self-contained unit that includes an extensive street frontage of full height windows that wrap around the entire external elevation and offer remarkable and highly visible prospects for branding. Inside, ground floor ceiling heights up to 5.3 metres allow the floor area to be increased and further dramatised with the installation of one or multiple mezzanines, while even the lower ground floor has a height of 3 metres.
Sold in shell and core condition, the space features chunky concrete pillars around its perimeter allowing for an almost uninterrupted open plan floor plate, giving an ingoing business the freedom to create at will the space that fits its operation.
259 City Road sits at the corner of Wharf Road, home to the Shoreditch location of Victoria Miro gallery and the approach road to the nearby Wenlock Basin and Regent’s Canal. The presence of so many galleries in the adjacent streets adds an artistic tone to the pervading creative buzz from the Tech City scene and proximity to Silicon Roundabout.
Teeming with start-ups, fashion brands, architect firms, media and advertising companies,
Hoxton and Shoreditch are now home to some of the globe’s most recognisable brands. As well as a local abundance of Victorian warehouses and workhouses, the neighbourhood has entered a new era through an influx of world-class architecture, offering some of the best contemporary workspace in London, such as 259 City Road.
The office space is available as a virtual freehold and we are quoting offers in excess of £4,250,000, equating to £620 per ft2.