If you google 74 Rivington Street you get an eye-popping story about the University Saloon which investigated local criminal activity, described as “the worst hangout on the whole eastside for pickpockets, pimps and thieves’.
We promise this isn’t us. It’s in New York.
The Black & White Building has never been a Saloon (although we might put a bar in there…). It was originally built for furniture manufacturing and has the iconic high ceilings and large windows of Shoreditch’s roaring 18 Century furniture and printing trade.
We worked with architects Buckley Gray Yeoman to create 4 floors, 3 meeting rooms, 1 boardroom, 1 roof garden, 5 terraces and our 5th co-working space location.