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Unit 15 - Hatton Garden, Hatton Garden

London - Central, London, EC1N 8DX

Letting Information

Type: Office

Size: 130 sq ft (12 sq m)

Available to let

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Property Address: Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8DX

Unit 15 in Hatton Garden is the perfect starting point for any fledgling entrepreneur or start-up business seeking high-value, low-cost office space in central London. With flexible lease terms and cost-effective rents, this property represents the perfect opportunity to dip your toes into the capital without investing too heavily.

The unit contains an abundance of natural daylight, thanks to double windows. There’s also overhead strip lighting and radiator central heating to ensure optimal working conditions all year round. Prospective tenants will receive full access to both lifts in the building, which will allow you to interact with tenants on all other floors.

To the rear of the building, tenants enjoy communal access to a central courtyard, which is usually a hive of collaboration and activity. The building itself also overlooks Hatton Garden and its dozens of industry leaders in the jewellery trade – both nationwide and beyond.

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Features and amenities

  • Flexible office and workshop space
  • Communal lifts and courtyard
  • Prime Central London location
  • Near Farringdon and Chancery Lane stations
  • Flexible lease terms
  • Abundant natural light
  • Central heating
  • Near Leather Lane & Smithfield Markets

All you need to know about Hatton Garden

The district of Hatton Garden now boasts its own Business Improvement District (BID). The BID was strongly endorsed by the Mayer of London and the Greater London Authority (GLA), helping to breathe life into an historically vibrant commercial area. The BID’s overarching goal is to underpin growth, not only for tenants in the jewellery trade but many other sectors too. In doing so, the BID hopes the district will become a world-renowned business and tourist destination.

The BID was extended into a second five-year term in 2021, ensuring further enhancements can be made in the area through to 2026. Hatton Garden’s location is hugely advantageous to businesses in the area. It’s a stone’s throw from Farringdon’s mainline and tube stations, while Chancery Lane tube station (Central Line) is also a five-to-ten-minute walk away.

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If you’re in need of a feature laden base with exceptional rail and road links across the capital, Unit 15 in Hatton Garden could be the high-value, low-cost option for your business. For further details about this space and the wider community, or to arrange a viewing in person, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly and experienced team.

Give us a call today on 020 8023 7623 or drop us a line via our online enquiry form.

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