Sugar House Island will bring 624,000 Sq Ft (58,000 Sq M) of creative office space to east London over the next five years which will deliver 2,500 jobs to the local area.
The first phase offers 100,000 Sq Ft (9,000 Sq M) of imaginative workspaces in an exciting mix of eight new and old buildings. These are sensitively-restored contemporary spaces, perfect for up-and-coming businesses to settle and thrive.
A BUZZING PLACE
Dane’s Yard amenity includes restaurants and bars, outside seating with riverside views, a gym, showers and lockers for cyclists and runners, as well as super-fast broadband.
Over the next five years Sugar House Island will bring more bars, coffee shops & restaurants, as well as convenience stores, all with an independent theme. Community spaces will host events for office occupiers and residents.
Sugar House Island has excellent connectivity with quick journey times from Stratford and eight stations within walking distance.
ON YOUR DOORSTEP
The local area has hundreds of places to eat & drink, as well as a lively cultural quarter in Stratford, great shopping and the state-of the-art venues in the beautifully landscaped Olympic Park.
A DESIGN-LED DEVELOPMENT
Dane’s Yard is the creation of three architecture practices. Architect Ten Four Architects (incorporating ARC-ML), executive architect Waugh Thistleton Architects, and landscape architect Planit-IE. This team refurbished old warehouse buildings in this Conservation Area, combining them with contemporary extensions using modern building techniques to make sustainable and practical working environments for today’s businesses. They also preserved the site’s layout, retaining old yards and alleyways to keep the distinctive character of this old industrial area.
A PLACE WITH CHARACTER
The masterplan for the development respects the site’s heritage as a historic place of innovation and manufacture in London's east end. The built form of Dane's Yard incorporates reclaimed buildings and salvaged materials in an arrangement which preserves the small yards and alleyways which once characterised the site.