London is one of a handful of cities that can genuinely be described as a world capital. Owing to its prosperous economy and skilled working population, the city offers a highly investible real estate market.
Like any dynamic city, London is ever evolving. Inhabitants of the city have observed the migration of both creative and commercial industries towards a new constellation of key eastern suburbs including Canary Wharf, Shoreditch, Hackney and Greenwich.
Attracted by the flexible workspaces between Shoreditch and the River Lea, creative professionals have been flocking to the area since the 1980s. Today East London boasts Europe’s densest concentration of artists and creative professionals.
Design and photography studios are found alongside architects’ firms, internet start-ups and digital technology labs. Meanwhile the vibrant scene of art galleries, theatres, bars and restaurants have become an ever-increasing draw for Londoners at all points of the compass.