Latest Flex Office Market Insights: London Flexible Office Space Report - January 2024

3 Muirfield Crescent London, E14

Up to 24 people
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Tower Hill, 1 Moretown, 4 Thomas More Street London Bridge Station, E1W

Up to 16 people
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42-46 Princelet Street London, E1

Up to 3 people
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25 Settles Street, Whitechapel Aldgate London, E1

Up to 36 people
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25 Cabot Square London, E14

Up to 15 people
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11 Burford Road London, E15

Up to 18 people
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11 Burford Road London, E15

Up to 100 people
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30 Churchill Place London, E14

Up to 10 people
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42-46 Princelet Street London, E1

Up to 7 people
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42-46 Princelet Street London, E1

Up to 5 people
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2 Leman Street London, E1

Up to 8 people
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1 Saint Katharine's Way London, E1W

1 person
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133 Whitechapel High Street London, E1

Up to 32 people
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17 Heneage Street Huguenot Place, Spitalfields London, E1

Up to 33 people
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Up to 13 people
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Connexion House Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery London, E1

Up to 30 people
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32 Leman Street Aldgate East London, E1

Up to 44 people
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Level 18, 40 Bank Street Canary Wharf London, E14

Up to 2 people
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Looking for office space in East London?

Rubberdesk has 324 office spaces with a total capacity for 9,571 desks across 1 buildings, all available to rent right now in East London with live prices.

With 44 operators to choose from including Lenta Space, Work.Life, OSIT, Fora Space and Local London there are options for every style and budget.

East London Office Space Cost Summary

Median Office Rate Per Person £436
Median Coworking Desk Rate Per Person £250
Flex Floorspace Available (sqm) 570,900
Available Desk Capacity 11,418

Compare Office Space in East London by Location

The cost of office space in East London varies depending on the location and the number of desks required. With close proximity to the City of London, office space in Shoreditch is the most expensive location, with median prices ranging from £375 for 1-4 people and £935 per desk for a team of 11-15. Like Shoreditch, office space in Spitalfields is also on the higher side for East London ranging from £450 per desk for 11-15 people to £670 for 16-25 desks or more desks.

Office space in Canary Wharf and Whitechapel is more attractively priced, with median costs ranging from £400 to £500 per desk depending on the number of desks required. Wapping has a higher price for 1-4 desks, but a lower price for larger teams. While there are few options for office space in Haggerston, the cost is generally more affordable than other locations in East London.

City 1-4 Desks 5-10 Desks 11-15 Desks 16-25 Desks 26-50 Desks 50+ Desks
Shoreditch £313 £400 £462 £440 £800 £833
Spitafields £400 £425 £450 £450 £466 £592
Whitechapel £520 £475 £330 £532 £488 £510
Hackney £500 £300 £300 £400
Hoxton £375 £450 £462 £532 £268 £588
Canary Wharf £434 £450 £464 £500 £500 £409

Source Rubberdesk. All prices accurate as of December 31, 2023

London Office Space Price by Region

City 1-4 Desks 5-10 Desks 11-15 Desks 16-25 Desks 26-50 Desks 50+ Desks
Central London £675 £667 £650 £655 £716 £759
West London £385 £400 £429 £485 £563 £488
East London £350 £350 £410 £495 £522 £520
North London £325 £350 £351 £330 £429 £550
South London £257 £240 £229 £400 £225

Source Rubberdesk. All prices accurate as of September 2023

About East London

East London is, by most definitions, the area east of the City of London and north of the River Thames. According to the 2011 London Plan, it also includes three boroughs south of the river.

Before 1700, London didn’t extend that far outside of the City of London’s walled borders. Industries associated with the River Thames eventually encouraged eastern growth. After the expansion of the railways in the 19th century, the area expanded more.

East London is home to Brick Lane, which is famous for Jack the Ripper. Today, it’s also known as a cultural melting pot, where visitors can easily spend hours getting involved in a range of activities such as watching sporting events at the Olympic Park and enjoying independent galleries.

Key Tube Stations in East London

Whether it's the District, Jubilee or new Elizabeth line, your staff will have easy access to your new office via these key tube stations in East London:

East London Landmarks

Some of the best landmarks in East London include:

Canary Wharf - Canary Wharf is the secondary business district in the borough of Tower Hamlets. It’s one of the main financial centres in the UK (and the world), with over 1.5 million square meters of retail and office space. There’s food, entertainment, shopping, and so much more.

Stratford - Stratford is home to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City. One of the most notable landmarks here is the ArcelorMittal Orbit, a towering red sculpture that offers incredible views across London. It also features the Orbit slide, a twisting, turning ride for thrill seekers.

Victoria Park - Known as the “People’s Park,” Victoria Park is one of the most gorgeous open spaces in all of East London. It hosts festivals in the summer and fireworks in the fall. It also features two cafes, two playgrounds, historic artifacts, and decorative gardens.

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