Tea Building, Shoreditch, E1 (Unit 2.08)

3,369-3,369 sq ft

Lease term

A New sublease for a term up to 5 years.

Accommodation

Unit 2.08– 3,369 sq ft approx.

Rent

upon application

Contact

Simon Rinder / Julian Wogman

 

About The Tea Building in Old Street

The iconic Tea Building in Shoreditch, East London is the centre for media & creative industries.

Catering to the forward-looking companies and individuals that are driving Shoreditch’s post-industrial renaissance – the UK’s brightest and boldest new talents in art, fashion, design, music and media.

Its prime location is at the junction of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road affords access to both excellent transport links and the most inspirational after-hours entertainment in the capital.

Dating back to the nineteenth century, its distinctive, spacious interior has been converted into eight floors of unique studio spaces.

The Tea Building’s atmospheric internal street, designed by leading architects, AHMM, which leads to its main reception can be accessed from either end, thanks to the new connection to Redchurch Street. The exterior of the building offers its Crittall-style bespoke double doors and blackened steel finish holding true to the 1930s aesthetic.

The communal atmosphere is further enhanced by on-site restaurant ‘pizza east’ and nightclub ‘concrete’ and is next door to Soho House.

The iconic Tea Building is the ultimate work and leisure space and is within walking distance to Moorgate, Liverpool Street and Hackney.

 

Blank canvas style space

Good natural daylight throughout

3 separate meeting rooms + furniture (if required)

New communal street going in at reception to include barista + soft furnishings

Exposed concrete features

Suspended galvanised steel conduit trunking

New contemporary lighting

Exposed ceiling mounted and perimeter air-conditioning

Self-contained WC’s

4 passenger lifts

24-hour onsite commissionaire team

Shower facilities

Secure bike storage

Nearest Stations – Shoreditch High Street, Liverpool Street & Old Street Stations