Boxpark Shoreditch is the world's first pop-up mall. It is home to more than sixty carefully chosen fashion brands and food and drink retailers.
Boxpark is a living, fertile community of brands packed with talent, innovation and attitude that puts creativity and fashion back where they belong: on the street. No high street retailers here.
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2-4 Bethnal Green RoadShoreditchLondonE1 6GY
- +44 (0)20 7033 2899
La la loveeee this place. Im going to bring all my friends here when they visit. I love the concept of the small shops downstairs made out of shipping containers then the open bar upstairs with food etc. We didn't eat but stopped in for a drink on a Saturday night before walking down the street to the food vendors. It had a really fun vibe and i will keep going back.more
It seemed slow at first but this area of Shoreditch and Boxpark has really taken of. Probably due to the introduction of so many food joints like Porky's and Voodoo Ray's but it regularly has design and illustration exhibits as well as some events that have complimentary beer. Has two outside terraces good for drinking as well as a fake little park space to relax and enjoy any stand up comedy...more
I absolutely love the idea and concept of this little mall made up of shipping containers and the food and drink offers upstairs are great and really worth a trip! However, the downstairs part was very disappointing. The shops were bland, the "trendy" products way overpriced and many of the containers were empty.
So, if you go, forget about the shopping and focus on the outdoor space and food...more
Super disappointed with all the mall shops here.
Wanted something special but this is just a place for frat boys to drink while their girlfriends shop.more
When Boxpark first opened I thought it was a genuine pop-up, here for a few month, then gone and handing over the site to more ambitious developers. It's been a few years now and Boxpark is still here.
It's funny to see it listed as a shopping centre, but come to think of it this is exactly what it is. But rather than having loads of cloned shops under one roof, the tiny container outlets...more