Chapel Market, Islington - Raw Brick Space



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850 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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Despite the well-heeled, fashionable stretch of Islington’s Upper Street lying perpendicular to it, Chapel Market maintains its laid-back East End charm. In the unpretentious market that lends this street its name, the loud chatter of traditional market traders selling fruit, veg, fish and affordable goods fill the air six days a week. The feature brick wall and mood lighting gives a raw but refined look in this former shoe shop.


Regular likely characters are a mix of families out together, the 20-somethings working crowd and older locals. The Farmers’ Market, which sells a wider selection of organic produce, brings the most people on Sundays from early midday until 2pm. Mondays are the quietest when the market is closed. Angel station is a few minutes’ walk.


You’re next door to a Kodak Express and a bike shop, and opposite McDonald’s and Iceland. A few doors down is the pink Shake Gallery which sells quirky art and Mercer & Co, the neighbourhood’s favourite salt beef bagel bar.


  • Éclairage
  • Étagères
  • Chauffage
  • Toilettes
  • Réserve
  • Accès handicapé

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Les règles à suivre

The space is taken as seen, so all decorative works needs to be conducted by the respective tenant.

À savoir

There are market stalls in front blocking your view, but don’t need to hide behind it – a little colour or extra signage can make sure you're seen.

We don't have the exact measurements of this space. Time to bring the trusty tape measure out to make sure there’s room for your bits and bobs.

This space needs a little TLC, but the landlord hates surprises so make sure you get their seal of approval first.

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