Situated in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Bethnal Green lies northeast of Liverpool Street station and is part of the city’s East End. Home to old school East Enders, a new generation of professionals, and a strong Bangladeshi community, this area of London is home to famous markets and many quality pubs.
Bethnal Green station is an overground station, some eight minutes’ walk from Bethnal Green tube station, which is on the Central line and part of London’s Night Tube service. Nearby Liverpool Street provides connections to the London underground (four major lines) and mainline rail services to Cambridge and much of the South East. Business here is mostly centred around dining, fashion, and tech – but this is an area that is constantly evolving, despite its East End roots, so most businesses thrive in the area.
Bethnal Green is in a great location for those who want the best of connections to Central London, with a more relaxed vibe. Thanks to places like Box Park and nearby trendsetting Shoreditch, there’s always something new happening and plenty of fresh custom from tourist attractions and visitors to the area.
What businesses does Bethnal Green suit?
Businesses that want to be able to get into the rest of London from the east flock here thanks to the excellent transport links. This is an area that often adopts the latest trends in fashion and food, with pop-ups and newer businesses flourishing alongside the traditional East End charm of long-standing pubs and markets.
There’s a high concentration of successful tech companies across the East End, however, Bethnal Green also supports the fashion and food industries, thanks to its numerous pubs and restaurants and well-known vintage fashion shops along Brick Lane.
Workspace has three commercial office buildings near Bethnal Green: Pill Box, brand new Mare Street Studios, and Brickfields.
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