Rolling Stock Yard is a new landmark development offering 57,600 sq ft of contemporary office and light industrial space designed by world-renowned architects Squire & Partners. The building is located just 5 minutes’ walk from Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard
A new destination for creative enterprises
The office space at Rolling Stock Yard complements the blend of innovative businesses moving to post-industrial York Way. London’s new cultural co-working hub, Tileyard Studios, has attracted tenants as diverse as musician Mark Ronson, event space Two Tribes Brewhouse and design agency Think Tank. Whether it’s Rapha cyclewear’s converted warehouse, Antony Gormley’s sculpture studio or Liam Gallagher’s HQ for his Pretty Green menswear label, originality is about the mix, not just the individual. Welcome to the neighbourhood.
Tileyard Studios' launch
Pretty Green founder, Liam Gallagher
Antony Gormley’s studio
A music studio at Tileyard Studios
Two Tribes event space and brewery
King’s Cross, a cultural hub of diversity, innovation and creativity
King’s Cross’ trail-blazing cultural quarter continues to attract London’s key players, with Google’s giant HQ nearing completion and Facebook making its UK base here. Central Saint Martins was an early pioneer, and Tom Dixon a recent convert, having just moved his design base to Coal Drops Yard, a unique retail destination. Restaurateurs were quick to make their mark, opening go-to eateries like Dishoom, Coal Office and German Gymnasium. The vibrant outdoor scene includes KERB, a pop-up whose street food can be sampled by Granary Square fountains. Crucially, this creative resurgence is underpinned by solid transport connections at King’s Cross St Pancras, a few minutes’ walk away. Edinburgh, Cambridge, Brighton and Paris are within easy reach, along with six London Underground lines.
KERB street food
Coal Drops Yard
Central Saint Martins
Caravan at King’s Cross