Hackney Wick has renounced its former title for being the industrial hotspot of London. Since the 2012 Olympic Games, the area’s regeneration has transformed Hackney Wick into a thriving business district. The vibrant commercial quarter oozes coolness with eclectic street art, and an array of trendy bars and restaurants. Hackney Wick trumpets individuality and creativity which is why we think it’s become London’s most exciting destination to work.
2018 saw the opening of the new Hackney Wick Overground station, providing quick transport links to London’s financial epicentre. Just minutes away from Hackney Wick sits Stratford Station which will be connected to the Crossrail Network.
Stratford, connected to Fish Island via the Queen Elizabeth Park, has seen very high levels of investment and development pre and post Summer 2012 Olympics. This has resulted in a very positive influence on both Hackney Wick and Fish Island, with a large part of the area earmarked for future redevelopment with the London Legacy Committee committed to the ongoing regeneration of this location.
New developments across Hackney Wick include Aitch Group’s Stonemason’s Yard, Bagel Factory and Old Smokehouse sites, Peabody’s Neptune Wharf and London & Quadrant’s forthcoming scheme on Bream Street.
Hackney Wick offers an array of affordable character office space with access to plenty of amenities.
Green credentials are increasingly shaping occupiers’ decisions when choosing office space. Hackney Wick and Fish Island have been championing a vibrant, sustainable local economy; proliferating businesses that engage with local stakeholders and aim to cultivate a greener working environment.
Get in touch with the Belchak Corin & Co. if you’re looking for office space in Hackney Wick tailored to your preferences.