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Bethnal Green
Tube Station

12 minutes’ walk for Central Line

Cambridge Heath

Overground lines towards Liverpool Street, Cheshunt and Enfield Town

Bus stops
Q & R

~3 minutes’ walk for bus routes 26, 48, 55, 106, 254, 388, D6, N26, N55 & N253

Cycle Station

The closest docking station is on Victoria Park Road

Living East

One of the things East London is most well-known for is the colourful street scene, including everything from pop-up food stands, street markets, open air art installations and the popular flower market. You would certainly never be bored living at the Cube.

Vintage Heaven

Bethnal Green, Hackney and Shoreditch are full of vintage shops and thrift stores to satisfy even the most discerning of hipsters. Paper Dress, Absolute Vintage, Blitz, Rokit, the Vintage Emporium, to name just a few. Time Out have compiled a great list.

Food & Drink

Being in the heart of prime East London, there are approximately 300 places to grab a decent pint or meal within a few minutes of Vyner Street. A few worth mentioning: Far Rockaway on Curtain Road, the Old Shoreditch, Kingsland Road, Albion, Boundary Street, the Well & Bucket, Bethnal Green Road (for awesome oysters and amazing ales) one of the stunning restaurants at the Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square Bistrotheque, Wadeson Street.


As well as the more established local shopping areas of Brick Lane, Columbia Road and Broadway Market, all within a few minutes’ walk, living at The Cube will probably see you visiting the pop-up mall Boxpark on Bethnal Green Road, as well as the lifestyle boutiques of Aesop, Murdock and T2 on Redchurch Street, House of Hackney and for interior style and cutting edge Tokyo Bike.