All places in the category "Industry"

100-136 Cavell Street

1915–16, former clothing factory. built for S. Schneiders & Son, converted 1989–90 to form 19 mixed-use units

48 Gower's Walk

1924 factory building (formerly 47–48), converted to flats 1997

7-8 Davenant Street

1797-8 sugarhouse, reduced in height in 1848, reconstructed and raised in 1894-5 and 1901, converted 2007-8, demolished 2020

Robert Dolan House, 9 Alie Street

1987, neo-Georgian offices, EPR Architects

28 Osborn Street

c.1840 shophouse, reinstated 1949-50

46 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts of 46 and 48 converted in 2010 to six flats as The Lofthouse, 48a Middlesex Street

48 and 48a Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts of 46 and 48 converted in 2010 to six flats as The Lofthouse, 48a Middlesex Street

42 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, part converted to residential

Warehouse to rear of 108A-110 Whitechapel Road (17-18 Vine Court)

1969-70, workshop for making surgical and orthopaedic appliances

44 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts converted to residential

16-20 Vallance Road

late 20th century electricity sub-station

265 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, converted and restored 2007-8 and c.2012

267 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, converted and restored 2007-8 and c.2012

Ahmed House, 48 Fieldgate Street

1983–5 as garment workshops and showrooms, converted in 1992–3 into flats with shop

71 Greenfield Road

late 20th century workshops

75 Greenfield Road

late 20th-century workshops

86-88 Greenfield Road

1960s, workshops

Ebrahim College, 80 Greenfield Road

1960s workshop, now in college use

24 Fordham Street

c.1900 workshops, now flats

13–24 Bowman Mews

1988–90. four-storey block of flats on site of Bowman's sugar house (later warehouses)

The Empress, 141 Leman Street

c.1785, house for John Bridgeman, tallow merchant, housing a restaurant since the 1950s

Maedah Grill, 42 Fieldgate Street (with 100 Greenfield Road)

1981–2, garment factory, converted to offices, now with restaurant and Qurtubah Institute

Swarthmore College

late 20th century workshops, now college

East One Building, 20-22 Commercial Street

1927-8 former factory building, with later top floor, converted to offices 2002-3, site of St Jude's church

101 Greenfield Road

1963–5 garment workshops, on site of former 16-24 Fieldgate Street and 1-2 Greenfield Road

9-13 Osborn Street

1951 light industrial building used as recording studio (Sarm) and offices

56–58 Fieldgate Street

1902-3, shophouse, raised a storey 2012–13

Unit 73a, 25 Cable Street

fifteen-arch brick structure, built to support girder ends of 1892–3 railway below goods depot sidings

Albany Court, 18-25 Plumbers Row

early 1970s workshops, rebuilt as showrooms and flats in the late 1990s, raised 2002

1 Whitechapel Road (including 2-8 Osborn Street)

1957-8, former clothing factory with restaurant

171 Commercial Road

19th century two-storey narrow building with ground floor shop.

5-6 Vine Court

mid 19th century housing with carriageway to former factory to rear, for coffee-roasting, later a clothing works

Business Development Centre, formerly Great Garden Street Synagogue and Morris Lederman House

Former foundry to rear converted to be a synagogue in 1896, front range Federation of Synagogues offices of 1972-4, all converted in 1999

London School of Commerce & IT, 60-66 Greenfield Road

1960s workshop/factory building, adapted to educational use

17 Osborn Street

1949, single-storey showroom and workshop, formerly a monumental masons, StolenSpace street-art gallery since 2013

Greatorex Business Centre, 8-10 Greatorex Street

former clothing factory of 1955-6, partially converted in 2011

5-9 White Church Lane

clothing factory of 1919-21, raised and converted to flats in 1999-2000

29-33 White Church Lane

1936-7, gown factory and showroom, demolished 2016

115 New Road and the former New Road Synagogue

shophouse of 1851, refronted in the mid 1980s. The former New Road Synagogue of 1891–2 is to the rear.

Albion Yard (formerly Albion Brewery)

Albion Brewery established 1807, rebuilt and extended 1863-8 and 1894-1902 for Mann, Crossman & Paulin, converted to flats in 1993-5

137 Leman Street

c.1825, house, converted to offices in 1850–1, with restaurant since c.1950, flats above

Electricity Sub Station

c.2007 electricity sub station

117–119 New Road

1894 by N. & R. Davis, dwellings with shops and top-floor workshops, now restaurants and offices

66 Royal Mint Street

1890, warehouse, variously converted since the 1970s

2 Whitechapel Road with 40 Adler Street

1957-60, originally offices for Buck & Hickman

Qbic London City, 42 Adler Street

1950-2, offices and warehouses for Buck & Hickman, converted to hotel use in 2013

6 Durward Street

1876-7, former Board school on the site of a ragged school of 1862, closed 1911 and adapted for industrial use, converted to flats in 1996-7

16-18 Whitechapel Road

1938-9, factory for Buck & Hickman Ltd, toolmakers

1-13 Adler Street

1963-4, flatted workshops with shops, built for the London County Council, part adapted for college use

Travelodge London City

2018, hotel, replacing mid 1960s former car park, warehouse, market and workshop building, demolished 2016

91-99 Fieldgate Street, including Feather Mews

1926-7, garment-making complex with house, warehouse, courtyard and garage, now with shops and workshops

4-8 Whitechapel Road

1929-30, warehouse built for Buck & Hickman

Outbuilding to rear of 108 Whitechapel Road

1960-3, workshop replacing a warehouse of 1922-3

Kirstein's Mansions

1911, shops, tenements and workrooms

40 Dock Street

early 1980s, part of Vodafone datacentre (formerly known as Turret Business Centre)

The Proof House, 48-50 Commercial Road

Receiving offices (48), proofmaster's house (50) and former proving chamber (rear of 50) of the Gunmakers' Company. Largely built 1826

25 Osborn Street

1852-3, Ind Coope & Co. beer-barrel store

19 to 23 Osborn Street

early nineteenth century and later foundry, with garage buildings of 1950 and 1969, derelict

Electricity Sub Station

c.2007, electricity sub station

Wellclose Square

square laid out in 1682–3 by Nicholas Barbon and associates, enclosed by railings of 1870

Empire House

1934, clothing factory, converted to flats in 2017–18

St Paul's School Mission Room and Infant Nursery (later used as Church House)

1874, school and mission hall, adapted in 1958 to be Church House, a refuge for prostitutes

30 and 30a Commercial Road

2019-20 flats over shops, on site of warehouses of 1876-8 destroyed by fire in 2007

30b Commercial Road

Flats and shop of 2019-20, replacing a shophouse of 1876-8

42 Commercial Road

1872 as a farrier's shop, up to the 1930s

31 West Tenter Street

c.1880 warehouse for Samuel Harris & Sons, now offices

Former St George's Brewery, 33 Commercial Road

model brewery of 1846-7, with warehouse to Assam Street of 1913-20, converted 2012-14

Riga Mews, 32-34 Commercial Street

2004-5 block of flats, entered between 32 and 34 Commercial Road, on site of J. J. & S. W. Chalk's timber yard

57 Mansell Street

baroque mansion house, begun 1719–20 for James Edmundson, completed 1741 for Isaac Dias Fernandes, restored 1986–8 by Trehearne & Norman

John Snow House, 59 Mansell Street

warehouse of c.1887 for Samuel Harris & Sons, copying the facade of No. 57

66 Leman Street

1766 house, probably built for John Phillimore, a silk merchant, later used as a lodging house, now offices

Albion Mills

1905, warehouse built for Israel Hyman and Sons, rag merchants, Gilbert Henry Lovegrove, architect, now offices

The Curve, 14 Fieldgate Street

2010-12, student housing with a supermarket

32-34 Commercial Road, with entrance to Riga Mews

1873, for J. J. & S. W. Chalk, timber merchants, converted 2004-5 with ground floor offices/salon, flats over (part of Riga Mews)

30 Osborn Street

shophouse of c.1840 used as Tower Hamlets Savings Bank until 1892, converted to ritual bath, reinstated as flats over shop in 1949-50

32-38 Osborn Street

2018-19, flats and commercial units replacing a clothing factory of 1961-2, site of a sugarhouse of 1799

27 Osborn Street

1901 and 1928, offices of Stepney Borough electricity substation, now UK Power Networks

27 Osborn Street

2009-13 UK Power Networks substation (formerly Whitechapel/Stepney/London Electricity substation), previously site of Ind Coope beer stores

Central House, London Metropolitan University

1964–5, flatted factory, Lush & Lester, architects

12-20 Osborn Street (Arbor City Hotel)

1957-61, clothing factory converted to hotel in 2001, on the site of a sugar refinery (1795) and the Victoria Wine Company's depot (1879)

25 Whitechapel Road

shop-house of c.1750, probably built for William Forster, distiller, altered in the 19th century and raised c.2003

Old Pump House, 19-20 Hooper Street

1886–7, former engine house of the London Tilbury and Southend Railway Company's Commercial Road Goods Depot, converted to offices 2002–4

Maersk House

1974 as Beagle House, R. Seifert and Partners, architects, demolished 2017-18

Former Wilcox's New Music Hall and Vine Court synagogue

Music hall of 1869-71 converted to synagogue in 1892 and to clothing factory c.1980, largely rebuilt c.2005

15 Dock Street

1860, for James Golding's cartage depot warehouse and house, converted in 2008 with new block of flats

part of Calcutta House, London Metropolitan Univeristy

1951 and 1955 former Brooke Bond tea storage and packing building, later part of London Metropolitan University

Calcutta House

Calcutta House, former Brooke Bond tea warehouse, built 1909, later London Metropolitan University

part of Calcutta House

1962 former tea warehouse, site of St Paul's German Reformed Church, later part of Calcutta House, London Metropolitan University

3 Gunthorpe Street

1997 workshop building with 1899-1900 retained street facade of Whitechapel Board of Works refuse destructor building

52 to 58 Commercial Road

2005-9 shop, office and residential building, 13- and 18-storey towers, on site of Baptist Chapel of 1763 and sugarhouse of 1773

Whitechapel Bell Foundry, 32–34 Whitechapel Road

Bell foundry, built mid 1740s, extended to rear

Camperdown House, 6 Braham Street

1982–3 offices/data centre, Trehearne & Norman, Preston & Partners, architects, site of Camperdown House (1912–13) and sugarhouse (1726)