Hackney: Serviced Offices And Office Space For Rent
Hackney has been named as one of the most livable boroughs in London due to active efforts by the council to guide the community, the developments of houses and also the multicultural offerings. As such, this unique borough is becoming a breeding place for new businesses that embrace creativity. Locations such as Stoke Newington and Hoxton have undergone significant transformations and Hackney as a whole stands as a very vibrant community of young entrepreneurs, with quirky and cool office spaces and also having a quite laudable creative environment. You might not be surprised to see your employees drop in the office with their bikes – all the locations in Hackney are quite close, so if one’s office is in Hackney, apart from all the nice pubs, artisan cafes and relaxing green spaces, the staff have the joy to commute to the office without spending a dime on the tube or even face the dread of being rammed in packed trains to work as it is a fantastic biking borough. Also, in terms of buses, if one happens to miss one, there is another coming in 5 mins or less; it has the most number of buses all coming from Walthamstow, Ilford and they terminate on Oxford Street, and they all happen to cross Hackney Central and Shoreditch. Hackney offers one of the most affordable workspaces in East London.
In terms of nightlife, Shoreditch has the best to offer. Hackney Central and Hackney Wick are also a buzzing live music/art place with lots of clubs hidden in there. There are also 24 hour DJ sets, sometimes other festivals and quirky pop ups that quench the arty side of people. In terms of the music/clubbing scene – please check out our area guide for Shoreditch. The sheer number of pubs/clubs in Shoreditch and early morning closing timings, make the borough of Hackney, the place to be in East of London. There are also some spaces which are office spaces and business lounges during the day, and during the night they transform into clubs, quite a space with character, e.g. Shoreditch Platform.
Stoke Newington is the next town that is developing at a fast rate both in terms of residential and office space terms. In between Stoke Newington stands, Dalston and Hoxton, these areas have already been developed. In that sense, the Hackney council is trying to strike balance between all the towns in Hackney, such as Haggerston, Hackney Downs, Clapton, Stamford Hill and London Fields. The borough of Hackney has been subject to regeneration over a period of 20 years and Hackney upholds the status as being inner London’s ‘greenest borough’ with open spaces covering 815 acres with a total number of 62 parks. We also have Bethnal Green and Mile End which on the south do touch the busy Romford Road with lots of shops and office spaces.
In Hackney, for those who seek other infrastructures such as gyms and shopping centres, there is the London Fields Lido and also the Westfield shopping center is not too far away in Stratford which has some of the most connected tubes and overground links in the East of London. In terms of drinking, eating, going out culture & arts, and heritage, Hackney has it all and is well known to offer a well-balanced lifestyle; as a result, we can see a surge in demand for flexible workspaces in this particular area of East London. Some popular postcodes that might be of help whilst looking for office space in East London and North East London bordering Hackney would be: E8, E9, E5, E2, N1, N16 and N5