Situated just north of Shoreditch, Dalston has now established itself as a leading fashionable neighbourhood in terms of both the commercial and residential occupiers. A great area for shopping and entertainment, Dalston’s reputation as a commercial centre has been further enhanced by the arrival of new commercial developments: Dalston Curve and Dalston Works. The area is buoyant with fantastic amenities, and is home to many of London’s leading occupiers.
Commuting to Dalston has become a piece of cake, as the area is well supported by good public transport links. Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland Overground easily connect the most eastern part of London to the capital’s financial epicentre. The area is also well served by a number of bus routes that run 24-hours daily, as well as the Cycle Superhighway 1 and Quietway 2.
Commercial operators are drawn to Dalston for its affable and affordable array of cuisines that provide an exciting number of options for team lunches. The area is a melting pot of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Asian food. The area also caters to a diversity of coffee lovers. Allpress Roastery and Climpson & Sons are just some of Dalston’s sumptuous coffee roasteries that fix up a winning cup of Morning Joe.
Dalston is culturally known for its energetic and alluring atmosphere. Whether you’re traipsing down Ridley Road Market listening to Reggae music, blowing off steam post work at Dalston Superstore, or enjoying some down time at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, you’ll be enamoured by Dalston’s electric ambience.
At Belchak Corin & Co., we’ve assisted a diversity of occupiers find the right commercial premises to enhance their businesses in Dalston and beyond. Get in touch with one of our commercial property consultants today if you’re keen to find out how Dalston can best serve your business.