Located in one of London’s most famous neighbourhoods, The Centro Buildings is right in the middle of Camden on a quiet and peaceful street, giving you the very best of this incredible area.
Just between Camden Town and Mornington Crescent tube stations and only a stone’s throw from the gorgeous Regent’s Canal, The Centro Buildings is a former furniture depository. Meaning there’s an abundance of large industrial-style windows and a cool warehouse space feel, which combined with a stylish refurb adds a sleek modern touch. It’s extensive too, with seven different buildings making up the complex and space for a gym and cafe, as well as a giant mural of the legendary Nelson Mandela painted across one of the brickwork exteriors. If you’re wondering what the link is, The Centro Buildings are on Mandela Street, which was home to the Anti-Apartheid Movement in the 1960s and was later renamed in tribute to the great South African leader’s work by Camden Council.
To say there’s something for everyone in Camden might sound like a cliche, but it’s true. If you venture out, you’ll find everything from rustic street food to high end dining. Camden Market offers sweet stalls slinging everything from Hawaiian poke bowls (Island Poke) and authentic Middle Eastern grub (Keff) to New York deli snacks (Original Salt Beef) and plant-based fast food (Neat Burger).
What a find ! We were hosting a creative brainstorm with our client and needed a space to hold the meeting in - I wanted something that felt modern and relaxed and I was Blown away - amazing space and access to kitchen -
Felt like great value for money and I would def use again