Working in Hatton Garden

A distinct heritage building in a lively business location.

Historic charm,
modern convenience.

Beautifully maintained detailing and up to date infrastructure.
Pic 01. — Office entrance
Pic 02. — Lobby
Pic 03. — Office space

Features

Historic detailing

Pic 01. — Grade II listed building with six figurative carved panels
Pic 02. — Beautiful detailing throughout

Modern infrastructure

Pic 01. — Refurbished office units
Pic 02. — Refurbished office units

Excellent connectivity

Pic 01. — Located between Chancery Lane and Farringdon stations
Pic 02. — Leather Lane and Smithfield Market just minutes by foot 

Housing successful commerce for over a century

1905

David Stewart Dawson commissioned architects Niven & Wigglesworth to design a building with stores and offices for his jewellery and watchmaking business.
1906

Six reliefs, believed to be done by British sculptor Louis Frederick Roselieb (later known as Roslyn), are commissioned for the façade. Each represent an aspect of the getting, making and uses of gold from its ore to becoming a wearable item. Similar reliefs by Louis Frederick Roslyn can be found on Norway House at Trafalgar Square.
1907

Construction was complete and Treasure House opened as the new representative head office and shop for the international jewellery brand, Stewart Dawson & Co. The building was very advanced for the time, with electric lifts, showrooms and a whole floor set aside as a customers’ lounge.
1930s

Stewart Dawson & Co. continues to operate from their representative headquarter at 19-21 Hatton Garden.
1970s

In keeping with the times of London’s changing business landscape, Treasure House's interiors are adapted to suit contemporary businesses while its historical appearance is preserved.
1999

Treasure House is registered as a Grade II building of historical importance in order to preserve its original detailing.
2019

Today, Treasure House comprises three retail units, two of which still have original fronts, with three floors of offices above.

At the crossroads of Holborn and The City

A central location with excellent connectivity

Station
Farringdon
4'
3'
3'
Chancery Lane
4'
3'
3'
Barbican
11'
6'
5'
St. Pauls
11'
4'
3'
Holborn
10'
5'
4'
City Thameslink
6'
2'
2'

Holborn Highlights

1

Bleeding Heart

Real ale and all-day British food in an exposed brick and wood-panelled bar with stripped floors.

2

Ye Old Mitre

A traditional 1547 real ale pub, tucked away in a small alleyway, with framed historical pictures.

3

Smithfield Market

Historic weekday market with stalls selling meats, poultry & provisions such as oils & cheese.

4

Leather Lane

Home to a well-used weekday market which specialises in clothing, footwear and fruit and veg.

5

Exmouth Market

Location of an outdoor street market of 32 stalls.

Vacancies