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“Sphere Apartments has fantastic access to the city
and all of the amenities of central London,
paired with the green tranquil spaces of the east.”

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Sphere Apartments, 25 St Paul’s Way, London, E3

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Eating and Drinking

E3 has much to offer in terms to fantastic dining. Shoreditch and the surrounding areas are as close as you will get to a New York scene, with interesting industrial buildings converted into lofts, and bars and restaurants positioned between classic Victorian houses and high-rise council blocks.

East London is home to the most diverse range of restaurants in the entire capital, including the best places to eat Vietnamese, traditional British cuisine and Britain’s oldest salmon curers.

Close by to Sphere Apartments is the ever popular Morgan Arms and The Lord Tredegar, two excellent pubs serving food throughout the day. Slightly further afield is the acclaimed Greedy Cow, for excellent steak and burgers. Another firm favourite in the Palm Tree, located on the edge of Mile End Park.

Local Culture

London is a city rich in culture, and East London is no exception. In fact it’s one of the best areas for art galleries, small theatre venues and some interesting museums. Galleries very close to Sphere apartments include the Whitechapel, the White Cube, Matt’s Gallery and the Wapping project, all of which are within a stones through for an easy Sunday outing.

Museums include the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, the Museum of London Docklands and The Geffrye Museum, a wonderful museum dedicated to the history of interiors. There’s also the Ragged School Museum—where you can experience how Victorian children were taught—and the Sweet Tea House, which is dedicated to promoting Tibetan art.

There’s also the Barbican Centre just a short tube ride a way. The Barbican is Europe’s largest multi-arts and conference venue, so whether you’re interested in theatre, art, dance, film, or music you will definitely find something interesting to go and see.

Park Life

One of the best things about East London is its abundance of open spaces. What’s more, spending the day exploring the city’s majestic parks is absolutely free. You’re sure to find the perfect spot, whether you’re up for a wander or a picnic, want to burn some calories or simply kick back and let nature revitalise you.

Close by to Sphere Apartments is the beautiful and vast Mile End Park—perfect for a Sunday stroll or a bite to eat in the surrounding pubs. It was created as a result of a plan for London in the 1940s, which envisaged that there would be several green areas connecting different areas of London to the River Thames.

As a result the park has been created from land brought into park uses over 50 years – much of it formerly housing and industrial buildings.

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Shop, shop, shop

Over the past decade, East End locale Shoreditch has grown into a shopping destination to rival the traditional spending meccas of the West End. Big brands, designer boutiques, indie labels and quirky gift shops are muddled together providing hours of endless retail fun.

Bow is home to a number of independent art shops and boutiques, notably ‘Snap’, a colourful little shop where graphic design nuts can pick up books, stationery, prints, gifts and plenty more besides.

A Theatrical Past

London’s theatre scene is more vibrant than ever, with venues and shows of all sizes. If you venture away from the West End, you can find many theatrical treats in our city’s unconventional performance spaces. East London is home to Theatre Royal Stratford, Hackney Empire and the Arcola Theatre, all brilliant for catching a brand new show.

East for Art

With more than 180 galleries in the area, and street art on every corner, London’s East End is a great place to visit for art.

Furthermore, on the First Thursday of every month, over 150 galleries in east London come together and run free events, exhibitions, talks, workshops, and private views during a special late opening.

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“The migration east continues to gather pace, and the
outstanding ratio of cost to “liveability” not found elsewhere
makes this area a shining light in the capital.”

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By Tube or Crossrail

Sphere Apartments is a ten minute stroll from Mile End station, and a central line train into the city. Also close by are Devon’s Road and Stepney Green, for the DLR and District Line services to other areas of the capital. Sphere is also located conveniently close to the Whitechapel Crossrail site, launching in late 2018.

By Road or Taxi

With the M11 close by, Sphere Apartments is superbly placed to access the motorway network surrounding London, including excellent links to Stansted Airport or the M25.

By Bus or Bike

There are many bus stops surrounding Sphere Apartments. The routes include the 309, 25, 205, 277 D6 and D7. There’s also a Santander Cycle stand on Burdett Road with 18 bikes to choose from.

Mile End Station
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Devon’s Road Station
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Whitechapel Station
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