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11 April 2018 | Restaurants

Co-working space with cafe and wine bar in Shoreditch on offer

​A co-working space, café and wine bar, situated in bustling and trendy Shoreditch, East London, is on offer to rent through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

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Within Eagle House, a co-working office space owned by The Brew, the venue is situated across 1,687sq ft on the ground floor of the property. It comprises an open plan space for up to 55, as well as charging ports for electrical devices and a café counter with functioning prep kitchen located behind it.

The spacious area boasts a modern, high-quality finish throughout and fits well into its location on the vibrant City Road, a hub for young professionals in close proximity to Old Street Station and Angel Station. Benefitting from the desirable setting, Eagle House enjoys a high level of footfall throughout the day and night, with the café and wine bar open to the public as well as those using the work space.



Nearby Old Street is due to undergo an update with pedestrianisation and further investment to the area, boosting the local reputation and attracting further footfall. Additional benefits to the property include provision for external seating for 20 covers, plus use of the basement level which includes private meeting rooms, games room, bike racks and shower facilities.

Andrew Clough, Managing Director at The Brew comments, “The café already enjoys loyal custom from local businesses and residents, but we also see huge potential for the new operator to capitalise on the large number of residential and commercial developments due to complete this year and next in and around the café’s vicinity. The new operator will also benefit from promotion and marketing of the café via The Brew’s marketing channels and partners, which raise further awareness and brings in new customers to the café.”

William Langton, Business Agent at Christie & Co, who is handling the property, comments, “With operating hours permitted from 8am – 11pm seven days a week, the multi-use space is equipped to trade in the daytime through the café and co-working space, transforming the café into a wine bar for evening trade. The Brew is looking to offer a licence agreement on secure terms for the right to occupy the site and run the café/wine bar business, providing a variety of income streams for the new operator.”