Runway East Shoreditch
Which are the best coworking spaces in Old Street?
Coworking in Old Street is great for startups who want to be in the heart of London’s digital hub. With superb transport links, countless food and coffee shop options and an unbeatable social scene, it’s hard to find a more exciting area to grow your business in. We’ve compiled a list of the best coworking spaces, all within a 5-minute walk of Old Street roundabout.
Once an abandoned building, The Trampery now functions as an open-plan shared workspace for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Situated within Old Street, the restored space houses 50 desks alongside a private members lounge, events space and meeting rooms. The focus from its staff makes this a great place for emerging entrepreneurs seeking guidance and consultation.
Plus points of The Trampery Old Street:
- Events venue for up to 250 guests with a catering option available
- Easy travel and great views of Old Street
- Monthly cocktail club
Runway East Shoreditch/Featherstone
Our Old Street coworking spaces are the best place (in our humble opinion) for startups looking to grow in East London. Just 90 seconds from Old Street station, we have two locations – Shoreditch and Featherstone – that offer a huge range of private and open-plan office options for teams of all sizes. We pride ourselves on understanding startups, which is why you’ll find flexible membership plans, a super-cool events space and an amazing community, all within the centre of Tech City.
Plus points of Runway East Shoreditch/Featherstone:
- Exceptional events and community programme
- Excellent facilities such as our podcast studio and cafe Hangar58
- Numerous pubs nearby frequented by our team and members
View our London coworking locations here.
The Brew Leonard Street/Eagle House
The Brew has two Old Street coworking locations within a 5-minute walk of the station, Eagle House and Leonard Street. Both offer a mixture of hot-desking and private offices and both inhabit typical Shoreditch venues; one’s a former 1920’s dance hall and the other a converted warehouse. Started as an alternative to expensive office spaces, these creative venues offer all the essential services for reasonable prices.
Plus points of The Brew:
- Bike ramps
- On-site cafe and wine bar
- Independent office leases available
WeWork Old Street
Set just off Silicon Roundabout, WeWork Old Street combines its sleek signature style with the artistic spirit of East London. The usual WeWork hallmarks – polished private offices, conference rooms and phone booths – are featured alongside exposed walls, a living-room-style lounge and a colourful mural designed by local artists. The space is well suited for startups and small agencies seeking a creative work environment designed for productivity and comfort.
Plus points of WeWork Old Street:
- Dog friendly
- Social communal area
- Endless options nearby for lunch/afterwork drinks
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