Broadgate is a 32-acre central London neighbourhood; a diverse community where innovation meets finance and a public arena for new food, retail and culture.
Broadgate boasts excellent connectivity; it lies adjacent to the busy transport hub of Liverpool Street station, and is surrounded by the creative communities of Shoreditch, Spitalfields and Old Street and Europe’s financial centre, the City of London.
Joint owners British Land and GIC are investing in Broadgate’s evolution into a world class, mixed-use destination, bringing people together to work, shop, drink and dine, reflecting people’s changing lifestyle ambitions and attitudes.
Broadgate is the largest pedestrianised urban neighbourhood in central London. Its appeal as an established location for financial and business service companies endures, however it is seeing increasing demand from tech, media and other growth sectors, all looking for a well-located and vibrant place to work and enjoy spending time.
Broadgate’s shopping, leisure and restaurant offer will increase dramatically over the next few years with the arrival of new and exciting brands throughout the campus. Broadgate’s public realm is enhanced by forward-thinking artwork and design and its open spaces play host to a popular year-round events programme.
An estimated 65 million people visit Broadgate every year; this is expected to increase with the opening of the Elizabeth Line at Liverpool Street in 2018.