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High Life on the ‘Low Line’

Sep 27

Away from the dazzling lights of Soho, the quirky streets of Shoreditch, and the high-rises of The City, south of the river is raising the bar with Better Bankside’s Low Line development.

Situated between London Bridge, Borough, and Southwark, you will encounter ‘Low Line’, London’s very own take on the reputable and extremely popular New York High Line. As an elevated public park built upon a historic freight rail line, here’s why we’re most excited about this new development…

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New Businesses are Flourishing

Modelled around Bankside’s unique 150 year old railway arches, this desirable new destination is continuously being added to with new eateries, boozy hangouts, and boutiques and businesses all ready to make their mark.

A pleasurable walk with places of interest dotted along the way, the Low Line provides a hub of activity for local residents and a significant footfall for establishments in the area giving independent businesses the opportunity to thrive.

Connecting some of London’s major attractions such as Borough Market and Maltby Street Market, the Low Line is well on its way to becoming an attraction in its own right.

The Perfect Workplace

The newest addition to our ever-expanding repertoire, Notcutt House at 36 Southwark Bridge Road, is nestled conveniently along this exciting cultural route. This stylish converted warehouse with its creative boutique interior provides the newest and coolest workspace for the SE1 market. It couldn’t be more fitting for its trendy surroundings!

Our 28th serviced office space across London is kitted-out with high-end facilities including an event space and a break-out lounge for kicking back and relaxing. The kitchens also come fully equipped with coffee and juicing facilities (hello, Instagram).

We have flexible renting options to accommodate those looking for a new office for their team, or those who want to hire one of our fully-equipped meeting room by the day or the hour.

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And the best bit? This in-demand area of London is about to become even more sought after thanks to The Low Line development and the vibrant community feel it brings to this previously business-oriented district.

Entertainment

Step out of your office and join the cool cats at Flat Iron Square on Southwark Street, just a stone’s throw away from Notcutt House. Grab yourself a pitcher of wine (that’s right, a pitcher) and an abundance of street style food. Occupying 6 railway arches, Flat Iron Square is the new hotspot in town. They even have a live music venue where a whole host of up-and-coming artists perform on the regular. With 24 hour access to Notcutt House, why not bring the after party back to ours!?

– Only joking, please don’t do that. We will kick you out.

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Flat Iron Square courtesy of www.flatironsquare.co.uk

More Entertainment!

Running almost parallel with Southwark Bridge Road, you will find the striking Old Union Yard Arches. Find yourself knee deep in culture courtesy of The Union Street Theatre and Flying Fantastic (an aerial fitness space, if that’s your jam) situated amongst even more hip food and drink haunts!

Take a stroll towards Bankside Pier and become immersed even deeper in London history. There’s the Tate Modern – home to some of the UK’s finest art, and Shakespeare’s Globe, a must-visit for any theatre buffs. Let’s face it, you’re totally spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment on this side of town!

 

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Sought After Location

The bustling Borough market is ideally located off from Borough High Street on the way to Notcutt House from the London Bridge end of the Low Line, making it the perfect pit stop for a naughty pastry and comforting coffee on your way into the office (or a cheeky beverage on the way home).

Not only will you have all of these attractions on your doorstep, but you will also be just minutes from London Bridge, Southwark, Borough, and Blackfriars stations. Just think about how well connected you and your business can be! Alternatively, you can make the most of our cyclist friendly office space and opt to commute via one of the new cycling routes set to run adjacent to The Low Line! Sounds pretty perfect, right?

If you are looking for a workplace that is the perfect mix of contemporary open space and cool urban warehouse, conveniently located within a desirable business and leisure haven, you’ve come to the right place! Notcutt House is open for business. Email the team at enquiries@theboutiqueworkplace.co to arrange your viewing today.

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