Lying just south of Spitalfields and adjacent to Shadwell, Whitechapel is an exciting destination in London’s eastern city fringe. The area, famed for its prolific feature in Charles Dickens’ novels, is a historically and culturally significant part of London’s landscape. Whitechapel is home to a variety of occupiers who are taken by the district’s buoyant art scene, as well as its close proximity to London’s leading restaurants, bars and retailers. Find out why Whitechapel could be your business’ future home.
Occupiers are easily persuaded by Whitechapel given the area’s excellent transport links. The Hammersmith, Circle and District Underground lines, as well as the Overground line, all thread through Whitechapel; providing easy transfer across the entire capital. The area’s also well served by an array of London buses, and the Cycle Superhighway CS2 that runs across the area from Aldgate to Stratford.
Whitechapel is home to a community of renowned restaurants that can savour any flavour. If you’re after a congenial place to wine and dine some clients, Culpeper, is a glorious gastropub that provides seriously good seasonal and local food. Or if you’re looking for a laid-back meal with colleagues, Lupita East, is a sizzling delicious Mexican restaurant on Commercial Street with an impressive menu of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, enchiladas and more.
Whitechapel provides a host of enchanting destinations to keep occupiers busy during their lunch breaks. For example, just a stone’s throw away from Brick Lane sits Whitechapel Market; a brilliant place to find a bargain. In addition, Whitechapel Gallery has a fascinating display of contemporary artwork to peruse.
If you would like to speak to one of our property consultants about renting an office space in Whitechapel, get in touch with the BC&Co. team.