About Shoreditch Tube Station
Shoreditch is an up-and-coming district in the East End, close to the City of London. The area is becoming more and more popular for residents as well as businesses, due to its ideal location close to the City, as well as its buzzing atmosphere. Shoreditch Town Hall is the most historically important building in the area, which opened in 1866 as the Vestry Hall for Shoreditch; thanks to its architectural splendour, it has been considered the “grandest Vestry Hall in London”. The area is equally well-known for its markets, quirky bars and restaurants, and unlike other, more central locations within London, it is understated, and thus provides a more relaxed atmosphere for lunchtime meetings with clients or post-work downtime.
Setting up your business here
Shoreditch is home to a variety of businesses, including architectural services, marketing consultancies, recruitment companies, publishers and photographers. Some of the companies based in Shoreditch include, B3 Creative, Sto Solutions Ltd and Morganics. There are a number of serviced offices available, providing all facilities and services necessary to make for a pleasant and ideal working environment, with spaces on Shoreditch High Street or Bishopsgate, among other renowned business locations in or close to Hoxton, Spitalfields, Brick Lane, as well as the City.
A typical office in Shoreditch Tube Station
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Shoreditch Tube Station
Entertainment in and around Shoreditch is varied; ideal for client lunches and dinners, as well as post-work dinner and drinks with friends or colleagues. The Comedy Cafe on Rivington Street is ideal for those looking for an evening of laughter, while the Old Blue Last on Great Eastern Street is perfect for live music. Eating out in Shoreditch will not generally break the bank, and there is something for all preferences: fine French cuisine can be enjoyed at Les Trois Garçons, while a taste of Spain awaits you at Laxeiro. The Rivington Bar and Grill offers hearty British cuisine and The Queen of Hoxton rooftop bar can be enjoyed with clients or with friends. Brick Lane and Spitalfields markets are significant features of London’s East End, where you can sample authentic Indian, Greek and French food, as well as the different stalls with original creations by London designers.
- Tube lines: Central, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Northern, District lines, National Rail, London Overground
- Mainline stations: Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street, Hoxton, Bank
- Nearest motorways: M25
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
- Other: More than 10 bus routes; to Central, North, East, South and West London