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Herbal House

10 Back Hill
EC1R 5EN London

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Description

Iconic Media Landmark: a 1920s Built Former Printworks being Reimagined as Modern Workspace

  • 105,000 sq ft redevelopment
  • Iconic warehouse
  • Flexible workspace
  • 2018 Crossrail

Accommodation

Floor / UnitSizeAvailability
6th2,796 sq ftLet
5th5,757 sq ftLet
4th14,170 sq ftOccupied
3rd14,658 sq ftOccupied
2nd15,203 sq ftOccupied
1st15,208 sq ftOccupied
Upper Ground7,233 sq ftLet
Ground10,000 sq ftLet
Lower Ground13,254 sq ftLet
Basement6,544 sq ftLet

Overview

Herbal House is a British Media icon. The building has played many roles in its lifetime; it has been a print HQ for The Daily Mirror, an artists studio, a back drop for music videos and as home to The London School of Printing at Central St Martins. This stunning red brick 1920s warehouse has been comprehensively refurbished by Allied London and Aerium. Herbal House is a new concept of flexible workspace, reviving one of London’s most iconic pieces of industrial architecture. The re-design and refurbishment of the Herbal House has been influenced by its location, environment, future uses and to maintain the fabric of the building itself, thereby creating a new standard of industrial based workspace in central London. In total Herbal House comprises 115,000 sq ft of space, with over 100,000 sq ft devoted to workspace.Arranged over ten floors with flexible floorplates from 2,800 sq ft to 15,000 sq ft. Features have been stripped back to the original materials and made good to maintain the unique character of the building. Original features have been retained and refurbished meaning that the heritage of Herbal House is celebrated while creating spaces that have all the key features of a modern workspace.

Terms

New lease for a term by arrangement

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Facilities services

  • Air-Conditioning
  • Bike Storage
  • Male and female WCs
  • Lifts
  • Showers

Energy rating

Energy rating 0

Location and Transport

Herbal House is situated in the heart of Clerkenwell, just off Clerkenwell Road and within a short walk of Leather Lane, Exmouth Market and Smithfield Market. Herbal House is well connected with Farringdon Crossrail Station a 5 minute walk which provides links to the Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines as well as National Rail services providing North / South connectivity to St Pancras, north and south London as well as linking to Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport and Brighton amongst a number of other suburban locations. In 2018 the Elizabeth Line will run through Farringdon, providing 140 trains per house including regular services from Canary Wharf (9 minutes) to Heathrow (30 minutes). Chancery Lane Underground Station is 9 minutes' walk from the building giving access to the Central Line.