Southwark is one of London’s oldest borough’s and has a rich history of trade and debauchery, much because of its brothels and the Clink Prison. The area has come a long way since these institutions were in use and Southwark has been revived as a business borough with the completion of More London and The Shard. The old warehouses have been transformed into media style office spaces costing a fraction of their Shoreditch counterparts. Café’s and bars are plentiful as are the transport links with Waterloo and London Bridge Stations being within walking distance.  We have rounded up our top 6 Southwark Properties guaranteed to get you thinking about crossing the river and relocating south!



Shand Street

A former warehouse with a beautiful steel portal frame and brick cladding, a mere 500m from London Bridge Station. The office is open plan, self-contained with excellent natural light.  Currently home to a well-known makeup brand, the offices have been decked out in true fashion style; exposed brick work, bunting across the windows and an astro-turf waiting area. The rooms are light and airy and offer excellent floor to ceiling height and will only set you back £46.30 per sq. ft. Incredible considering the proximity to the underground, marble lined entrance hall, on-site bike storage and 24 hour access.

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Woolyard is an integrated collection of new and historic buildings cantered around a gated cobbled courtyard, located just off Bermondsey Street. 52 Woolyard is a 19th century wearhouse building that offers a variety of spaces with exposed brickwork, skylights, timber flooring and suspended lighting. If your searching for a more contemporary feel, 54 is a newly build Grade A development with roof terraces, 8 person lift, exposed concrete ceilings and modern metal floorplates. 56 Woolyard fronts onto Bermondsey Street, its picture windows frame the passing street theatre. A roof terrace and bay window overlook the private courtyard behind. A central, sky-lit staircase acts as a place of meeting and community. The cool, calm interior with its architectural concrete, resin flooring and crisp, steel-framed glazing defines the modern office environment


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Holyrood Street

The suite available in this fully refurbished period building consists of the entire fourth floor and benefits from front and rear private terraces with the front terrace overlooking London Bridge with views of The Shard. the space has an industrial feel with exposed brick work and vents as well as timber flooring and a mix of pendant lighting and uplights.





95 Southwark Street

The buildings corner position and high ceilings throughout give an abundance of natural light and has been refurbished to a high specification whilst retaining the building’s architectural heritage. Original timber framing and exposed brick work clashes beautifully against the modern light fittings and metal floor plates creating a unique work environment. The office space benefits from two generous roof terraces which offer spectacular over the Southbank, newly fitted showers and lifts.


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8 New Concordia Wharf

If, like us, you’re a massive Harry Potter fan, you’ll love these offices which resemble the vaults of Gringrott’s Bank with large iron columns, exposed brick wall and pendant lighting.  The offices are self-contained and situated on the ground floor within a 19 century listed building which was originally part of the St. Saviours Flour Mill. The space is arranged as an open plan space with two glass partio meeting rooms and a fully fitted kitchen. Original period features include iron water pipes and a beautiful wrought iron staircase and iron columns and to to[p it all off- tenants have use of an on-site swimming pool and fitness room – divine!


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