Spitalfields   Local Area

Sales Suite

Commercial Street
London
E1 7SA

0333 666 0110

Opening Hours
Monday
CLOSED
Tuesday
10am - 6pm
Wednesday
11am - 8pm
Thursday - Saturday
10am - 6pm
Sunday
CLOSED
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The city at your feet

As might be expected, where technology and business collide, you find the imagineers of advertising and marketing, with a whole raft of established and new start up creative agencies standing side-by-side in Shoreditch. And with the Fashion Quarter of Fitzrovia as well as Soho’s exciting mix of music, movie and media enterprises just down the road, whatever your profession, your journey to work couldn’t be easier.

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Street art to art house

Creative collectives define the exhibition spaces of The Old Truman Brewery whilst galleries abound including the Red Gallery, championing local artists, and Pure Evil, focusing on street art. Meanwhile Signal Gallery, Parasol Unit and Transition Gallery add a fast changing mix of exhibitions and talks with monthly fixture Spitalfields Arts Market presenting affordable art from up and coming artists from across the East London scene.

A location unique in its diversity, international heavyweights including Whitechapel Gallery, Barbican and Guildhall stand shoulder-to-shoulder with groundbreaking underground art specialists StolenSpace and the Queen of Hoxton with its rooftop film club.

Add the world’s most visited modern art gallery, Tate Modern, just upriver, with the National Gallery beyond and White Cube to the South and you can be sure to satisfy your every artistic interest.

Schools, scholarships & seats of learning

London Square Spitalfields, with its local campuses and fast transport links, puts London’s most prestigious universities and colleges in easy reach, whatever your timetable.

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Off City Road can be found City University of London with its reputation for outstanding and flexible professional development and business courses. Nearby Central St Martins, whose alumni include Stella McCartney, John Galliano, Giles Deacon and Jarvis Cocker, continues to lead in art and design from its new home amongst the fountains of Granary Square in King’s Cross.

To the West sits the campus of London School of Economics, set in the lush greenery of Lincoln’s Inn Fields whilst The Strand plays host to the neoclassical splendour of King’s College London next door to Somerset House, where students take a break to wander its palatial central courtyard.