Ref 13080

Northburgh House

10, Northburgh Street
EC1V 0AY London

To rent£65 per ft²
Size8,277 ft² / 769 m² (approx. 76 desks)


Characterful Clerkenwell warehouse space with many original features refurbished to a high standard

  • Iconic Clerkenwell Warehouse
  • Large industrial style windows and great natural light
  • High ceilings, character features and exposed brickwork
  • Cycle parking and showers
  • Large manned reception and break out areas


Floor/UnitSizeRentRates PayableService ChargeAvailability
2nd8,277 sq ft£65 per sq ft£18 per sq ft£6 per sq ftAvailable


Built in the 1890s, the building is a former warehouse originally occupied by William Cubitt and Co operating as a paper-bag manufacturing site. Its previous uses include a button factory, a printers, and a store for the Post Office. In-keeping with the buildings rich heritage, the available spaces have undergone a comprehensive refurbishment and the floors have been stripped back to reveal the buildings natural character including original frame work, brick walls and timber floors. In addition a new air-conditioning system and lighting have been installed. The building benefits from a large ground floor reception with communal seating, bicycle storage for all tenants, as well as showers and wheelchair access.


Viewings strictly by appointment with joint agents JLL and Richard Susskind.

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Facilities services

  • 24 Hour access
  • Building Reception
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cycle Lockers
  • Male and female WCs
  • Showers
  • Excellent natural light
  • Passenger Lifts

Energy rating

Energy rating D

Location and Transport

Located on Northburgh Street , the property is tucked away behind the cross junction of Goswell Road and Clerkenwell Road, within the bustling Clerkenwell neighbourhood. It benefits from the fantastic array of local amenities, including independent coffee shops, traditional British pubs and celebrated restaurants. The area is a popular choice for tech start-ups, HQ bases and creative companies and benefits from good local transport links with Farringdon (9 mins walk), Barbican (10 mins walk) and Old Street (12 mins walk) in close proximity. Connectivity will be further improved by the arrival of Crossrail.