This corner space in the centre of London's most buzzing neighbourhood, Shoreditch, is a rare and special find. The windows that wrap around this space give an industrial feel that matches its up-and-coming urban location, making this shop ideal for a street or sportswear brand. More importantly, these windows give brands the essential ingredient for a successful pop-up - exposure. And you're guaranteed to turn heads here, being on the way to Shoreditch High Street's tube station, so get ready for some major footfall.
Lined with bars and eateries that fuel Shoreditch's creatives from morning until late, Great Eastern Street is one of the area's main roads. Mornings are busy with people making their way to work from Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street stations (five and 15 minutes away respectively), lunchtimes see hungry workers grabbing a bite from Island Poké and Veggie Pret. The likes of The Old Blue Last, Shoryu, The Book Club and Flat Iron nearby keep the area lively in the evenings.
Meet the neighbours
You're right next to a 4-star hotel, ensuring constant footfall from visiting tourists. Opposite are a number of independent cafes and bars, your closest being Dartbrooke Coffee.