New Address: Shoreditch, Silicon Roundabout - Tech City!

RegisteredAddress.co.uk is pleased to announce a new virtual office address available in Nile Street, Shoreditch, London, UK.

It's a short walk from the famous Silicon Roundabout (illustrated above) of London's 'Tech City' fame .

Shoreditch is one of the trendiest places to do business in London, due to this association. Islington, the borough it's in, is represented by Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour party leader, in the UK parliament. 

Our Nile St. office is within 5 minutes walking distance from the Roundabout.

From Wikipedia:

Shoreditch has, since around 1996, become a popular and fashionable part of London. Often conflated with neighbouring Hoxton, the area has been subject to considerable gentrification in the past twenty years, with accompanying rises in land and property prices.

More recently, during the second 'dot-com' boom, the both the area and Old Street has become popular with London-based web technology companies who base their head offices around the new tech district East London Tech City.

These include Last.fm, Dopplr, Songkick, SocialGO and 7digital. These companies have tended to gravitate towards Old Street Roundabout, giving rise to the term "Silicon Roundabout" to describe the area, as used by Prime Minister David Cameron in a speech in November 2010.

Formerly a predominantly working-class area, Shoreditch and Hoxton have, in recent years, been gentrified by the creative industries and those who work in them. Former industrial buildings have been converted to offices and flats, while Curtain Road and Old Street are notable for their clubs and pubs which offer a variety of venues to rival those of the West End.

Art galleries, bars, restaurants, media businesses and the building of the Hackney Community College campus are further features of this transformation.

In fact, the word Shoreditch is now synonymous with the concept of contemporary 'hipsterfication' of regenerated urban areas. As a pioneer among similar transformations across the UK, various phrases have been coined, from "Shoreditchification" to "Very Shoreditch".

- This address would suit clients involved in tech, new media and digital design.

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