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In a rare opportunity, a new office space has become available at Tea in the next era of the building’s development. A blank canvas but retaining a strong industrial aesthetic and highly individual character. Formerly an under-used loading bay, this 4,817 sq ft space has been re-purposed, the latest chapter in the Tea Building’s evolution — and a rare opportunity to claim one of London’s most sought-after addresses.
Property DetailsDeveloperDerwent LondonTermA new lease for a term by arrangementLegal CostsEach party to bear their own legal costs in this transactionVATThe property is elected for VAT
Planning Usage: B1 Business / OfficeA robust and striking former warehouse in a prime location on Shoreditch High Street, the Tea Building is an iconic local landmark.Then, as now, Shoreditch was a hub of innovation and industry. A century ago it was printing, clothing, furniture, tobacco and food processing. Today, it’s the creative, media and tech industries, and a worldrenowned food and drink scene. The original Lipton Tea Factory, as it was initially known, was a state-of-the art bacon curing plant — built on the site of a tea storage facility, hence the name. The bacon factory, and an adjoining warehouse for tea-packing (known today as the Biscuit Building — home to Shoreditch House and Mother), were owned by the Lipton grocery brand, which distributed tea around the world and bacon across London.The Tea Building quickly filled with an intoxicating mix of digital startups and creative companies — more than 1,500 people now work in and visit the building every day. With its revamped neighbour, the Biscuit Building, its ever-evolving community enjoy Michelin-starred food, cocktails, co-working, Soho House members’ club with its rooftop swimming pool, internationally renowned art, a boutique hotel… all in-house. The Tea Building is one of a kind.
- Stunning 4,817 sq ft office space with industrial aesthetic
- Self-contained unit with Crittall-style entrance doors
- Original industrial features retained with white washed brick walls
- Triple height ceilings 6.4 metres in parts
- Crittall-style steel openable windows
- New feature LED lighting
- Exposed aggregate polished concrete floors
- Bespoke staircases
- DDA lift
- Cycle storage with shower facilities
Six Redchurch At Tea,
6 Redchurch Street,
Tea Building ,
London E2 7DD
TransportShoreditch High StreetLondon OvergroundOld StreetNorthernNational Rail ServicesLiverpool StreetCentral, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, TFL RailNational Rail Services
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