De Beauvoir Block

£42.5 per sqft
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Property description

This open-plan office benefits from lots of natural light and is located on the first floor of De Beauvoir Block. With original pitch pine flooring, exposed brickwork and large crittal windows, this space has plenty of character.

We offer completely flexible leases and take no rent deposits, making it easy for you to become a member of the Block community.

Located at the De Beauvoir Block, N1 4EN, a co-working space with a network of studios and workspaces for creative professionals and businesses, including Alexa Chung’s new fashion label.

A short distance from Dalston and Haggerston Overground Station, all less than 10 minutes walk from the building.

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COMMUNITY

Business Listing

There are a variety of different businesses who call The Benyon Estate 'home'. From independently owned restaurants, delicatessens and florists, to artists, stonemasons and marketing agencies the community is a creative, flourishing one. We support our local businesses to enable them to grow, encouraging collaboration wherever we can within the community. 

Some of these independent shops, cafés and artists’ studios are located on and around the heart of the estate – Southgate Road, and others can be found in The Block – just a five-minute walk from Haggerston and Dalston Junction over-ground stations and on the Cycle Superhighway.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

The De Beauvoir Deli Co

Lifelong De Beauvoir Town resident and self-confessed foodie Harry Davies opened his fine food deli on Southgate Road in 2009. Today, the De Beauvoir Deli is something of a focal point for the local village community and serves up 2,000 cups of coffee a week and 130 sandwiches every day.

The original site for the deli was in a former cow shed behind the popular local pub, The Scolt Head. But when Harry heard that The Benyon Estate was redeveloping a car mechanics workshop on Southgate Road, and that the team were looking for a deli tenant to occupy it, the plans changed.