Plans unveiled for Boxpark Shoreditch redevelopment

Boxpark Shoreditch opened in 2011, providing a cultural hub of high street fashion, dining and events housed in shipping containers. This May, the top deck and main performance area will undergo a major redevelopment. The upper floor will become the street food focus of Boxpark Shoreditch as customers are invited to drink and dine in their new comfortable and partially closed surroundings.

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Enclosed area

By closing off the top deck at either side of the site and creating a clear ceiling for the central dining and events space, Boxpark be able to offer an environment that allows visitors to enjoy the full Boxpark experience and keeps them protected from the elements.

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Open area

The new plans ensure that customers feel the benefits of the hot and balmy summertime weather, as well as the protection and comfort you would expect to find in even the harshest of winters; meaning they can enjoy Boxpark all year round. The plans also create scope for additional food and beverage units to join the Boxpark family and bring their quality cuisines to Shoreditch.

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