An urban oasis.
Bermondsey Street and The Shard to the left. Tower Bridge, Shad Thames and Maltby Street to the right. And a new bar, restaurant or gallery to discover around every cobbled corner. This is SE1, one of the fastest-changing, most inspiring parts of London. And it’s your new home.
Settle into your tranquil apartment. Work uninterrupted in the leafy co-working space. Or just soak up the laid-back vibes in the coffee shop, restaurant and workout studio. Bermonds Locke really is an urban oasis like no other.
Knuckle down. Salute the sun. Clink cocktails. As well as your apartment, you’ll also have the run of our communal spaces. Including our co-working area, meeting room, central courtyard and workout studio. Make yourself at home.Find out more.
Ask any Londoner what they associate with Bermondsey Street and they’ll say food. Italian delis, tapas bars, French bistros, quirky coffee shops – you’ll find it all (and more) just minutes from Bermonds Locke.
There’s also the Fashion and Textile Museum, White Cube gallery, an indie cinema and antiques market in Bermondsey Square, as well as The Shard, London Bridge Station and Borough Market. And walk the other way and you’ll hit Tower Bridge, Shad Thames and Maltby Street Market too. From short trips to extended stays, this is your new home from home in SE1.
London Bridge15 minute walk 0.7 miles
Tower of London16 minutes walk 0.8 miles
Borough Market16 minutes walk 0.8 miles
Fashion and Textile Museum5 minute walk 0.3 miles
QPark Tower Bridge10 minute walk 0.5 miles
Sounds of South London: Bermonds Locke x Eliza Rose.
Eliza Rose has collaborated with Locke on a bespoke soundscape that pays homage to the sounds of South London and local musical talent. Listen here.
Bermondsey Street Style with GarconJon.
We invited this legendary street style photographer to capture what’s happening around Bermonds Locke.
Exploring the design behind Bermonds Locke.
Holloway Li’s founders explain the narrative behind the building and its Southern California-inspired design.
Jonathan Lawes’ colourful insider guide to South London.
Jonathan Lawes is a South London-based artist whose vibrant prints adorn the custom face masks for Bermonds Locke.
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