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Old Hackney Wick begal factory turned into creative studios


A former industrial bakery transformed into business studios in Hackney Wick’s rejuvenation zone has been launched onto the rental market in opposition to strain for extra creative workshop area.

The Bagel Factory in Whitepost Lane has been turned into an artwork deco warehouse-style advanced by Aitch builders.

The five-story constructing, which is ready to “pay homage” to its former industrial use, has 42,500sq ft of workspace as a part of a wider business enterprise that features Stonemasons Yard and the Old Smokehouse.

Some studios have already been rented out, equivalent to to The Wick CrossFit for yoga and gymnastics and to Powster digital leisure. 

Four storeys have additionally been bought to the close by Pirate studios in Rothbury Road for actions equivalent to podcast recording, dancing, manufacturing and DJ-ing. 

Courtyard at the new Hackney Wick Bagel Factory complex

Courtyard on the new Hackney Wick Bagel Factory advanced

– Credit: Aitch Group

The Bagel Factory design, agreed by Tower Hamlets Council, displays the historic warehouses by the Lea River in a rejuvenation zone with the brand new Hackney Wick Overground station advanced opened in 2018.

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It follows campaigns by East End Trades Guild and the mayor of Tower Hamlets in recent times for extra creative workshop area for small companies which have been priced out by mass redevelopment.