Aldgate. where commerce meets culture​



Whitechapel 2 min
St. Pancras 12 min
Bond Street 19 min
Green Park 20 min
Covent Garden 22 min
Stratford 24 min
Heathrow Airport 50 min


Spitalfields Market 6 min
Bank Station 6 min
London Bridge 8 min
Waterloo Station 16 min
Canary Wharf 18 min
Piccadilly Circus 20 min
Hyde Park 25 min


Aldgate East Station4 min
Tower Gateway DLR8 min
Aldgate Station9 min
Spitalfields Market10 min
Tower Hill Station10 min
Fenchurch St. Station10 min
Liverpool St. Station20 min


Docklands6 min
Liverpool Street7 min
Marylebone14 min
Waterloo18 min
Kings Cross St. Pancras22 min
Paddington28 min
Heathrow Airport60 min


London Bridge City Pier4 min
Bankside Pier8 min
Canary Wharf Pier9 min
Greenwich Pier16 min
London Eye Pier23 min
Embankment Pier25 min
Westminster Pier27 min


Limehouse4 min
Bank12 min
Canary Wharf15 min
Custom House (Excel Centre)17 min
Greenwich23 min
London City Airport24 min
Stratford International30 min


The city of London on your doorstep


During the week Aldgate shifts from being one of London’s most popular playgrounds to one of the world’s most prominent business districts. With the City itself on your doorstep, you’ll enjoy the rare option to walk to work.

The Bank of England, for example, is just a mile away. Alternatively, if your commute takes you further afield, there’s a wealth of stations also less than a mile away, including six underground and two Crossrail stations.


With many bars, restaurants, galleries and cinemas, Aldgate is a showcase of London’s vibrant social scene.


Midweek is the perfect opportunity to take in a film at the local Curzon Cinema or grab a meal at one of the many local eateries

And don’t forget First Thursdays, when once a month 150 of the area’s galleries attract London’s culture lovers with an evening of private views, talks and events.



With Borough Market just across the river, the finest ingredients are just moments away should you choose stay in and enjoy the comforts of your bespoke kitchen. ​ Surrounded by cuisine from around the globe, inspiration isn’t something you’ll want for.

Head to St Katherine Dock and watch the world float by. Columbia Road Flower Market is another popular destination. Offering a floral explosion of colours, alongside a supporting cast of galleries, boutiques and eateries, there’s no better place to while away a day with friends.

Or really explore the neighbourhood. You could start the day with a run by the river or some yoga at one of the local studios. Or there is an array of brunch spots nearby. Perfect for fuelling some retail therapy at Box Park and the array of boutiques that line Spitalfields Market.

Or why not take a stroll up Brick Lane into Shoreditch, sampling its street food, bars and boutiques along the way.


“By seeing London, I have seen as much of life as the world can show.”


You couldn’t be better located to enjoy the capital’s delights. East London is renowned for its food scene and whatever your tastes or budget, you truly are spoilt for choice. ​The bar scene is just as diverse, ranging from chic cocktail lounges to traditional east end pubs and craft beer specialists.

When Friday evening comes, London comes alive. In recent years, The City has shaken off its stuffy demeanor with venue’s like Soho House’s hip hotel spin-off, The Ned, bringing with them a supporting cast of exciting food and drinks venues.

Fear not though, it’s not all change, the Square Mile’s array of Michelin starred restaurants and wine bars are still catering to the business world’s needs.

Or there’s Spitalfields Market and Shoreditch’s array of eateries and bars, which are the perfect antidote to The City’s reserved nature.



The Malthouse is located within close proximity of various centres of higher learning. The building lies within easy commuting distance to world-renowned colleges and universities. 

The Malthouse is also situated within the catchment area of some of London’s most highly-regarded primary and secondary schools, ranked “Outstanding” by OFSTED, the Office for Standards in Education in the UK.


London Metropolitan University0.3 miles
London Southbank University2.0 miles
Queen Mary University2.0 miles
London School of Economics2.2 miles
Kings College London2.3 miles
City University London2.3 miles
London University of Arts2.4 miles
School of Oriental & African Studies3.0 miles
University College London3.9 miles
University of Westminster4.1 miles
Royal Academy of Music4.8 miles
Imperial College London5.1 miles


St. Pauls Whitechapel CE Primary School0.4 miles
Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary School0.4 miles
Mulberry School for Girls0.7 miles
Blue Gate Fields Junior School0.9 miles
St Paul’s Cathedral School1.3 miles
The City of London School1.4 miles
St Michael’s R C Secondary School1.6 miles
Charterhouse Square1.7 miles


In the heart of the city of london


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