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74 Rivington Street

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EC2A 3AY London
Ref: 1894

  • 2 - 50 desks
  • Price on application

Description

Description

• From 2 to 50 desks available, please contact us for more details.

Description

74 Rivington Street was originally built for furniture manufacturing, and still has the iconic high ceilings and large windows of Shoreditch’s roaring 18th century furniture and printing trade. This unbranded business centre has 4 floors of serviced office space and co-working / shared workspace over 4 floors, with meeting rooms, breakout space and 6 outdoor areas from courtyards to a large roof garden. A great community workplace in the heart of Shoreditch.



Shoreditch is a place of nightlife. True, but there are plenty of things to occupy the daytime visitor. If you’re interested in its furniture and design heritage, then have a browse in SCP on Curtain Road, where owner Sheridan Coakley has bought the best of contemporary furniture design since 1985. At the beginning of Kingsland Road is the Geffrye Museum: the best museum of domestic life in the country with room sets, and a setting in old almshouses.

Architects: BuckleyGrayYeoman

Availability

2 - 50 desks

Terms

Flexible 3 Months - 3 Years

Viewings

On request

Location

Location

Located a short walk to the north of Shoreditch High Street overground station, and Old Street and Liverpool Street.

Energy Rating

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Contact

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Alexandra Gathercole
Dan Brown
Tom Leahy

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