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And we’re not just
talking hipster hair dos…

Aldgate Tower merges the creativity, edge, and energy of Shoreditch, TechCity, Brick Lane, and the City – all less than a step from Aldgate East station.

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4 tube lines within 200m and well connected in various other aspects

Seriously connected

We’re not one to name drop, but with an entrance to Aldgate East one step away, Aldgate tube and bus stations, Fenchurch Street Station plus the DLR all within a 4-minutes walk, it’s only natural that Aldgate has been awarded the best possible Public Transport Access Level by Transport for London.

5 underground lines, the DLR, London Overground and 3 major rail stations are just a stroll away from this superbly located building, not to mention the two Crossrail stations well underway at Liverpool Street and Whitechapel. All aboard!

The regeneration game

It doesn’t stop here! Aldgate is ever-evolving, slowly merging with eclectic zones that surround it. New residential and commercial developments are bringing beautiful public gardens, shops, restaurants and bars to this already vibrant hub.

Regeneration

Aldgate is one of the fastest developing areas in London and this is not just reflected in the booming retail sector where new restaurants and cafés are popping up every week.

 

Residential developments are providing over 2,500 new homes, more than 3,300 hotel rooms are either newly completed or imminent, and 2.2 million sq of office developments are helping to create London’s most exciting new commercial destination.
Add to that 13 acres of new public space and 2 Crossrail stations and you’ll see why Aldgate Tower really is at the heart of a vibrant new commercial quarter.

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