Bar & Restaurant
These two market stalls are situated in the main public atrium of the station and in front of the main escalators. You'll be perfectly positioned to greet the tens of thousands of people who pass by every day.
The bespoke made frames of the stalls measure at 2.6m x 2m. They're great opportunities for branding and messaging. Each stall comes with a hanging light-box for your branding, 4 power sockets and a market stall cover.
The stalls are available to rent by the week.
The world’s first fashion and travel publication, Suitcase Magazine, appeared here in August 2014.
Blondies Kitchen opened up here in October 2016. Read how these milk and cookie bars went viral.
Spoon Cereals appeared here in April 2014 to promote their adventurous bowls of cereal.
There is no additional storage space in the station.
Even though trading times are 7:30 am - 7pm you will have full access to the station from 5am - 12am Monday - Sunday. The station is closed either side of these times.
You will need to have public and product liability insurance in place.
There is a refundable key deposit of £100 applicable with this space.
Check-in / Check-out occurs on Sundays.
Please ensure you focus on the design and presentation of your stall as catching the commuters eye is key in this environment.
Please note that the market stalls are situated on the main thoroughfare of the station which are open all day and night.
Due to the stalls being in an underground station in a public place, there are some conditions that are outside of the landlord's control. It is recommended that valuables are not left unattended and that stock is taken away when closed or covered overnight to protect from dust blowing up from the tracks
If you want something bigger check out the Old Street retail space listings.
Beneath the streets of London’s tech capital and a short walk from the creative hub of Shoreditch lies a network of tracks and tunnels, shuttling tens of thousands of people every day to East London’s most vibrant destinations. This is Old Street Station: where the forward thinkers and tech trendsetters come to get inspiration and make things happen.
Appear Here have partnered with Transport for London to reinvent the station, switching shuttered, grimy spaces for exciting, white-boxed pop-up shops from brands like Adidas and Jamie Oliver to hundreds of other independent brands. This is no ordinary retail space, this is where the very best of above the ground is collected and curated underground.
Over 500 new ideas have appeared in the station, including Tate Gallery’s first pop-up, and a streetwear concept store which won Best Pop Up Shop at the Mapic Awards 2016. Even the top of the disused station roundabout was transformed into an open-air rooftop restaurant for Burger Bear. What was once a dull route to work is now one of London’s most innovative retail destinations. Come here to be entertained, inspired and make your idea travel.
Appear Here attache une importance primordiale à la collaboration : dès votre inscription, vous serez guidé et conseillé par un concierge pour trouver l'espace idéal pour votre projet.