Located in Zone 1, Aldgate transport links provide direct routes throughout the capital. Aldgate station is on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines, while Aldgate East station is on the District and Hammersmith & City Lines. Residents can also choose from ten different bus routes that pass through the area.
Aldgate and the surrounding areas offer something for every palate and budget. From Sunday mornings Columbia Road Flower Market to wild Saturday nights spent on Shoreditchs' Rivington Street, no matter what your tastes London's East End has something to offer you. The area has become known as one of London's social hubs with award winning bars and restaurants at almost every turn. The work/life balance of E1 cannot be underestimated offering short commutes to Bank, St Pauls, Canary Wharf, Holborn and Tower Hill as well as further afield with the transport hub of Liverpool Street. With the ability to live an urban lifestyle within moments of work, play and relaxation East London truly offers urban living at its best.
(All times and distances quoted are approximate)
As you would expect from an area sandwiched between two major financial zones, Aldgate attracts a wide range of businesses, including several major insurance companies. Despite its reputation as a business district, it has recently seen an increase in residential development to accommodate an influx of young professionals attracted by the city lifestyle. Their arrival, together with a recent regeneration project around St Botolph's Church, has injected new life into what was formerly regarded as a more traditional part of the city and provided exciting opportunities for property investment in London.
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