of all worlds.
C Space sits at a perfect juncture between the traditional corporate world of the City, the tech cluster around Old Street, and the fashionable neighbourhood of Shoreditch & Clerkenwell.
Head one way and you’re in the hotbed of cultural activity and nightlife around Hoxton Square. Take a different tack, and you’re soon at the Barbican, or Broadgate. Little wonder that so many businesses are keen to find a home here.
Shop for trainers in a shipping container at Boxpark. Entertain at the Rivington Street Bar & Grill. Browse the design classics at Vitra. The Old Street neighbourhood is one of the most diverse and fascinating in the capital.
From artists to architects and actuaries, your neighbours at C Space will come from almost every sector imaginable. Here, global names like Bloomberg, Inmarsat and Silicon Valley Bank work alongside young digital successes like Mind Candy or Moo.com.
It’s dramatic evidence that the traditional boundaries of the capital are blurring. Banks no longer feel tied to the Square Mile. Law firms make their home alongside brand new start-ups.
There’s also a vast array of restaurants, cafés and bars, from big names like Mark Hix’s Tramshed or Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen to quirky independents like Look Mum No Hands or Salvation Jane.
There’s always a new place to try, and somewhere interesting to entertain. Plus, you’re within walking distance of cultural landmarks like the Barbican Centre. There’s nowhere quite like this in the capital. And no better time to become a part of it.
“This area is a thrilling place to be working right now. It’s maturing all the time, and attracting an ever-wider variety of businesses. C Space is a perfect example of this: a building with a dash of local character, that’s open and flexible enough to suit a whole range of tenants.”
Director Helical plc