Once a great centre for shipbuilding and maritime industry, The Royal Docks is thrusting into the future to become London’s 21st Century business hub propelled both by huge investment, infrastructure and ideas.
A sure sign of its high regard is the imminent arrival of the Mayor of London’s office, which moves to the area in 2022. A £8 billion vision that is becoming a reality, the Royal Dock’s economic renaissance is being driven the Asian Business Port. Forging new links with the Asia-Pacific region, it will see the Royal Docks join the City and Canary Wharf as London’s third business district.
It’s a future founded on innovation and doing things differently. Along from the Excel Centre, is its futuristic neighbour The Crystal a sustainable cities initiative and pop up innovation hub by Siemens. A new commercial district running beside London City Airport, RAD Centre, houses offices and workspaces for an array of small businesses. Nearby is Expressway a complex of workspaces and studios in a concrete building that wouldn’t be out of place in Hackney Downs.
Leave a request and specialists will select the property