The building has a striking and classically-influenced exterior stone façade along with refurbished common parts featuring a beautifully restored original mosaic floor, which combine to create a sense of occasion and arrival. Additional facilities include refurbished WCs and a passenger lift.
Two units at 6-7 Hatton Garden are occupied by the meeting room provider Breather who chose the building as one its London locations offering workspace and meeting room facilities at hourly and daily rates – perfect for an onsite solution if you’d like the facility to host larger meetings or events without a long-term commitment to more space.
Hatton Garden has deep roots as a jewellery district and still retains a number of high end showrooms that keep its heritage alive. More recently an influx of design and media occupiers has given new energy to the street scene, creating a lively creative corridor between Holborn and Clerkenwell Road and home to the place-making Johnson Building by Derwent London.
The location is just moments from the daily street food market on Leather Lane, the next street over to the west, and a firm favourite on the local lunchtime scene, while the rest of the immediate vicinity is packed with places from breakfast to bedtime and beyond.
With the entrance to Chancery Lane Underground station (Central Line) at it’s southern tip, Hatton Garden is also just a few minutes walk from Farringdon station where Thameslink and three Underground lines are set to be joined by the new Elizabeth Line. This will create a pivotal Central London interchange and the only place where Thameslink and Crossrail intersect, as well as and the only station in the capital with direct trains to both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.