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Brick Lane, Shoreditch - The Brick front Store

London E, London

667 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

The sign says it proudly, right above the space. Brick Lane. Is there anything more we need to say? This shop space to rent sits amongst the vibrant energy of the Aldgate East end of Brick Lane, surrounded by restaurants, shops and the general day-to-day atmosphere of a working community. Spaces here are all about finding a balance, chiming with the existing feel of the area whilst saying something new, bold and exciting; this modest, freshly white-boxed space enjoys the heavy footfall of the area, and is guaranteed to find custom at any time of day.

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The crowd

Brick Lane is a destination for Londoners and is known even outside of the city as a go-to for tourists, meaning it's a hub of activity year-round. At once the heart of London's Bengali community and a vibrant independent and creative community for the wider scope of Londoners, the street is always busy with locals out to shop at the nearby convenience stores, browsing the various stores along the street and mingling with those drawn to the area from nearby offices to eat at the cafés during the day, before hitting up the bars and numerous Indian restaurants at night. Brick Lane's blend of retail, amenities and hospitality gives it a wide demographic, meaning audiences are plentiful, and niches easy to find.

Meet the neighbours

Grocery shops, food outlets and other high-street amenities are your main neighbours here, with the famous Indian restaurants that cluster around this end of the road bringing a surge of activity at lunchtimes and especially at night. The GCU (Glasgow Caledonian University) London and British School of Fashion are just round the corner on aptly named Fashion Street that ends with the bountiful warehouse of Epra Fabrics. As you work your way toward the Shoreditch end of Brick Lane a greater number of the vintage and clothing stores, coffee shops and bars appear, as well as arts and fashion pop-ups, galleries and event spaces. The streets here are full of secrets and surprises - and there's always room for more.


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Home Truths

The space is located at the slightly less 'hip' / modern retail end of Brick Lane, instead steeped in more history and a working community - but as said before, the energy of the area is relentless.