Bar & Restaurant
Each space in Old Street Underground Station has been newly renovated with white walls, concrete flooring, new lighting and ample electricity. There is also a lightbox frontage for branding. This is a highly creative, fast paced environment, the perfect place to make your idea travel.
This space is right opposite the turnstiles to Old Street Station, putting you in front of all 23 million people per year.
Each space can be rented by the week.
Eyewear label, Bailey Nelson, appeared here in April 2014.
Moleskine launched their first East London store here in January 2015.
American Eagle launched their first UK denim-only store here in June 2015.
Branding on the exterior of the shops is permitted.
No drilling is allowed without written method statements. This needs to be approved by the TfL head office.
Painting of the interior of the shop is permitted however subject to reinstating when leaving.
Loading and delivery can be done via driving into Old Street Roundabout. There is a small lift down to the station. Loading access should be done outside of peak hours and Sundays.
There are no toilets in individual spaces, however there are shared toilets for staff in the station.
The spaces comes with storage space.
Check-in and Checkout occurs on Sundays.
The station is a busy environment and new to this style of retail, which means the more exciting and innovative you are the more likely you are to make an impact. Consult with our Special Projects team to make the most of appearing underground.
Please note that due to being in an underground station there are some conditions that are outside of the landlord's control. For example, it is recommended that stock is covered overnight to protect from dust blowing up from the tracks.
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.