Sorry this space is no longer available.

Don't worry though, we have plenty of great spaces that would be perfect for your idea.
Search Spaces

Our curated location guides will help you find the perfect audience for your idea.

Location Guides

Know what you're looking for? Use our search to find the perfect space for your idea.

Search Spaces

The Clerk’s House, Shoreditch High Street

London E, London

1,000 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

Near the busy crossroads where Shoreditch High Street meets Old Street and Kingsland Road, this Grade II-listed building dates back to 1735 making it the oldest in Shoreditch with medieval panelling & ‘Shakespeare’s door’ from the original St Leonard’s. No brand has ever had the opportunity to take over the whole of this historic building before, but all four floors – basement, ground, first and attic – are available to let together for the right retail idea.


Lined with independent stores, hip hang-outs and restaurants, Shoreditch High Street serves the area’s creative workers and locals from morning until the early hours. Opposite, House of Hackney, Elemental and Aida attract savvy shoppers during the day, and Bar Kick gets packed out in the evenings. The area is liveliest at weekends, especially on Sundays as tourists and locals head to Columbia Road market nearby, but it’s got a good buzz about it during the week, too. Shoreditch High Street station is a five-minute walk away.


You’ll be right next door to St Leonard’s Church, which hosts regular concerts and events alongside its Sunday services, and vintage furniture restorers and shop Restoration Station. Bar Kick, Atomic Antiques, House of Hackney and Elemental are all over the road.


High-end denim brand Blackhorse Lane Ateliers launched their idea here in September 2018.


  • Lighting
  • Shelves
  • Fitting rooms
  • Toilets
  • Security system
  • Security shutters
  • Stock room
  • Wifi
  • Basement

See More

Rules of The Space

The building is owned by the Church, so brands mustn't conflict with Church values.

This is a Grade II listed building so redecoration is allowed but no structural changes can be made. This means that the sign outside must also stay in place.

The ground floor must be open to the public.

Home Truths

This is a listed building so there will be some restrictions to what you can do to the space.

The ground floor must be open to the public.
there is ample basement space for storage