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It isn’t difficult to see why this distinct area of the city has in recent years become more and more popular with the young and inspired of the business world. Synonymous with tech companies and the home of Silicone Roundabout as well as having the Google campus hosting exciting tech development workshops in the area, there is nowhere in London that new start-ups and agencies alike would be better placed. However, being rich in culture and creativity, the area is highly sought after by many business types with the aging industrial buildings having today been transformed in to funky lofts, open plan offices and vibrant nightclubs.

SHOREDITCH

Shoreditch certainly is a place like no other. Everything which you would consider the norm, from eating out, to shopping, to art is completely reinvented in Shoreditch. Grabbing a bite after work in this wonderful area of the city is more likely to entail al fresco dining and by that we mean street food! Pump Street Food Market on Shoreditch High Street is one of the best places to dine in the conventional way in this area. With an abundance of outdoor seating and delights such as the Japanese hot dog stall to sample, along with many more unique and wonderful flavours, this is a very popular part of the region. However, if you prefer a warmer location although just as unique there is the simply delightful Les Trois Garçons Restaurant. Decorated to showcase the English heritage in all its extravagance, the walls are lined with vintage handbags, stuffed birds and woodland animals along with an array of chic jewellery hanging from mantelpieces.

Key Transport Links

With its many quirks attracting large varieties of people and its ever growing business culture, Shoreditch has plentiful transport links to add to its benefits. Old Street Tube Station is only a 6 minute walk away from the centre of Shoreditch as well as Shoreditch High Street & Hoxton over-ground stations being only an 8 minute walk. Slightly further afield you can reach Liverpool Street & Moorgate Tube Stations in just 15 minutes. These provide convenient links to the Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Great Northern lines.

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Furthering the distinctiveness that Shoreditch prides itself on, this location is home to the world’s first pop up shopping centre, Boxpark. Providing a unique shopping, dining and drinking experience, Boxpark was assembled in shipping containers. There is an eclectic mix of designer brands and independent stalls, most of which are very reasonably priced, from Bed Head’s hair space to the organic juice company, East London Juice Co. Redchurch Street is another location filled with miscellaneous shops and boutiques as well as some extremely impressive art work, where the canvas is otherwise known as the pavement. Here you will find anything from contemporary designers to perfume labs such as Le Labo, who will create your individual perfume right in front of you.

 

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Shoreditch Background

Despite how it may seem, Shoreditch is not constructed entirely from whatever materials are lying around. The architecture is however as diverse as its amenities. Over the past 400 years the buildings have been refurbished and rebuilt many times, what remains is an incredible array of Renaissance, Classical, Palladian, Ammonite, Georgian and Modern structures; creating many aesthetic locations for your office space. The industrial area saw many of its buildings completely demolished and rebuilt in more modern designs for the time following heavy bombing during the blitz. One of the area’s most iconic buildings in terms of design is that of Shoreditch House, a private members club, designed by Tom Dixon who merged the imagery of the rough industrial period with that of more modern expressive minimalism.

The origins of the town’s name ‘Shoreditch’, hint at the condition of the region prior to the developments it has since seen. Previously known as ‘Soersditch’ it is believed that the name originated from the term ‘Sewer Ditch’, referring to a nearby drain in the previously boggy land. It is pretty amazing to think that this uninteresting boggy land has formed in to the unique and wonderful, culturally rich and stimulating area we know Shoreditch as today. The area has come full circle in culture through its developing years. Starting from the Elizabethan artsy scenes by the likes of Shakespeare, to the reputation left behind by the actions of Jack the Ripper, back to the modern day regeneration of the creative culture. In the 1990’s edgy contemporary artists as well as forward thinking design and media personalities were enticed in to the area by cheap rents and the multicultural community which had settled there, leading to the popularity the area sees today.

Local Insight & Information

It isn’t difficult to see why this distinct area of the city has in recent years become more and more popular with the young and inspired of the business world. Synonymous with tech companies and the home of Silicone Roundabout as well as having the Google campus hosting exciting tech development workshops in the area, there is nowhere in London that new start-ups and agencies alike would be better placed. However, being rich in culture and creativity, the area is highly sought after by many business types with the aging industrial buildings having today been transformed in to funky lofts, open plan offices and vibrant nightclubs.

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SHOREDITCH

Shoreditch certainly is a place like no other. Everything which you would consider the norm, from eating out, to shopping, to art is completely reinvented in Shoreditch. Grabbing a bite after work in this wonderful area of the city is more likely to entail al fresco dining and by that we mean street food! Pump Street Food Market on Shoreditch High Street is one of the best places to dine in the conventional way in this area. With an abundance of outdoor seating and delights such as the Japanese hot dog stall to sample, along with many more unique and wonderful flavours, this is a very popular part of the region. However, if you prefer a warmer location although just as unique there is the simply delightful Les Trois Garçons Restaurant. Decorated to showcase the English heritage in all its extravagance, the walls are lined with vintage handbags, stuffed birds and woodland animals along with an array of chic jewellery hanging from mantelpieces.

Key Transport Links

With its many quirks attracting large varieties of people and its ever growing business culture, Shoreditch has plentiful transport links to add to its benefits. Old Street Tube Station is only a 6 minute walk away from the centre of Shoreditch as well as Shoreditch High Street & Hoxton over-ground stations being only an 8 minute walk. Slightly further afield you can reach Liverpool Street & Moorgate Tube Stations in just 15 minutes. These provide convenient links to the Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Great Northern lines.

More on Location

Furthering the distinctiveness that Shoreditch prides itself on, this location is home to the world’s first pop up shopping centre, Boxpark. Providing a unique shopping, dining and drinking experience, Boxpark was assembled in shipping containers. There is an eclectic mix of designer brands and independent stalls, most of which are very reasonably priced, from Bed Head’s hair space to the organic juice company, East London Juice Co. Redchurch Street is another location filled with miscellaneous shops and boutiques as well as some extremely impressive art work, where the canvas is otherwise known as the pavement. Here you will find anything from contemporary designers to perfume labs such as Le Labo, who will create your individual perfume right in front of you.

 

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Shoreditch Background

Despite how it may seem, Shoreditch is not constructed entirely from whatever materials are lying around. The architecture is however as diverse as its amenities. Over the past 400 years the buildings have been refurbished and rebuilt many times, what remains is an incredible array of Renaissance, Classical, Palladian, Ammonite, Georgian and Modern structures; creating many aesthetic locations for your office space. The industrial area saw many of its buildings completely demolished and rebuilt in more modern designs for the time following heavy bombing during the blitz. One of the area’s most iconic buildings in terms of design is that of Shoreditch House, a private members club, designed by Tom Dixon who merged the imagery of the rough industrial period with that of more modern expressive minimalism.

The origins of the town’s name ‘Shoreditch’, hint at the condition of the region prior to the developments it has since seen. Previously known as ‘Soersditch’ it is believed that the name originated from the term ‘Sewer Ditch’, referring to a nearby drain in the previously boggy land. It is pretty amazing to think that this uninteresting boggy land has formed in to the unique and wonderful, culturally rich and stimulating area we know Shoreditch as today. The area has come full circle in culture through its developing years. Starting from the Elizabethan artsy scenes by the likes of Shakespeare, to the reputation left behind by the actions of Jack the Ripper, back to the modern day regeneration of the creative culture. In the 1990’s edgy contemporary artists as well as forward thinking design and media personalities were enticed in to the area by cheap rents and the multicultural community which had settled there, leading to the popularity the area sees today.

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