Spitafield Commercial House
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About this property
Commercial House, as this building is known, in located just down the street from Spitalfields Market and was freshly renovated in 2022. Apartments are located on the first, second and third floors and are only accessible by stairs. This is a contactless property, which means there’s no front desk. You can access both the building and your apartment with a convenient door code, and our super-responsive online support team is here for you day and night.
Spitalfields is a multicultural melting pot in the heart of London. In the shadow of The City of London’s iconic skyscrapers, you’ll find Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane’s curry houses and vintage shops, and colourful street art. Spitalfields is easily accessible via transport hubs like Liverpool Street Station and Aldgate, and lots of attractions are within walking distance, including trendy Shoreditch, the Tower of London, and Tower Bridge.
The interior is created by London-based designer Camilo Torres. The design is inspired by the vibrancy and multiculturalism of the Spitalfields neighbourhood. This apartment features locally-made furniture and decor.
Views look towards the rear of the building and a small courtyard. Each apartment is professionally cleaned to our 63-step ‘Ridiculously Clean’ standard before you arrive. It is possible to request early check-in and late check-out. Please note that this historic property does not have a lift.
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