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Lamb Street Shop

London EC, London

320 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

Just north of the City and slightly south of Shoreditch you'll find Spitalfields Market, where this space sits. A destination that currently attracts 14.6 million visitors each year. The market has been around since the 17th century, and today it’s a mix of history, independent stalls and branded boutiques that consistently draw the crowds in.

This space has an attractive, traditional storefront that’s the hallmark of shops along this row. Inside it’s a rectangular-shaped room with a high ceiling and a mix of textures: a stone wall, a cork wall and distressed wooden flooring. Downstairs, there’s a toilet plus sizeable room to use as a staff area or for storage.

Your neighbours include Alexander McQueen, Belstaff, the Mercantile, Dr Martens and Ben Sherman. Heritage, craft and style ideas all attract a fashion savvy audience here. Brick Lane runs parallel to this street, and both Aldgate East and Liverpool Street station are less than a 10-minute walk away.


  • Shelves
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Basement

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Rules of The Space

No redecoration or exterior branding is permitted and all interior branding must be consistent with the rest of the units on the site as this is a listed building.

Poor of public liability insurance, method statements and risk assessments are required.

There is no parking on site, but loading is available on Commercial Street at off peak times and on Lamb Street (very limited availability).

Home Truths

The rear of the space doesn’t connect to the market, which is a shame. The storage and staff rooms need a little light cleaning work first.