Inside a former Victorian school that’s now home to a community of creatives

  A former Victorian school, that’s in the heart of Shoreditch, is now home to a thriving community of creatives. Erected in 1895, Rochelle School is a cluster of three illustrious Victorian school buildings that occupy a key position at the centre of the Boundary Estate Conservation area. Bought privately in 1999, Rochelle was originally […]

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The Best Street Food Markets In East London

If you’re looking for cheap and tasty food in London, it’s now easier than ever. We’re in a golden age of street food, and the variety on offer attracts both tourists and locals. Even better is that some venues are taking part in the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, such as Boxpark in […]

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Where to eat in Hackney Wick

It’s summer time; the sun is shining, the sky is pristine blue and streets are abuzz with chatter as more people spend more time in restaurants and bars sipping on fanciful cocktails. And with the introduction of the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, there’s no better time than to venture out to new […]

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“Social Distancing Can Offset Surplus Office Space”

In a recent interview on Bloomberg TV, CBRE Chief Executive Officer Bob Sulentic, suggested that the de-densification of offices could offset surplus office space.   Sulentic confidently noted that social distancing could very well encourage occupiers to increase their office footprint, as more businesses will be seeking out more space per person.   His school […]

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New tenants set their sights on Hornsey Studios

We’re thrilled to announce that we have officially disposed of c. 1,500 sq ft on the ground floor of Hornsey Studios. The industrial-style building sits in the heart of the Upper Holloway area; on the corner of Hornsey Road and Bavaria Road. The building, comprising of three, well-sized commercial units, is now home to The Forrist’s […]

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