Located on the ground floor of an early 20th Century warehouse in Bermondsey, a simply stunning lateral commercial space offering contemporary B1 use with an industrial twist.
With nearly 2500 sqft of floor area and an amazing set of fourteen massive crittall windows, the scope is here for a variety of creative and/or cultural uses in keeping with the area that the building sits in.
The current owner – a local architect and designer – has only recently updated what was an old printing works into the cutting edge space now on offer. The flooring is finished entirely in polished concrete and each window meticulously replaced to replicate the feel of the old warehouse but with double-glazing. There is a galley kitchen that can be hidden away and a cloakroom/WC.
Occupants of this space also have access to a discreet courtyard to the rear of the building, which is shared with the surrounding buildings, a mixture of creative commercial and live/work.
Decima Street is superbly located just 200m from Bermondsey Street at its junction with Long Lane. The area is now one of London’s most desirable for those looking for historic ex-industrial spaces for creative, cultural and gastronomic use. Some of these are landmark destinations in their field, such as White Cube Gallery, London Fashion and Textile Museum and the celebrated restaurants of Jose Pisarro.
The Shard, London Bridge Station, Borough Market and Borough Station are all within 600m of Decima Street, which itself is becoming a cool little creative hub at its junction with Wilds Rents.
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