Stage. Setting. Scene.
The cobbled alleys of Clerkenwell’s conservation area connect The Sans with a plethora of urban amenities, vibrant creative populations, and quiet green spaces.

Michael Raibin,

The Sans straddles neighbourhoods and architectural landscapes, calling the historic St John’s Square home. The building sits flush with St John’s Gate, an original entrance to London, creating a playful architectural contrast highlighting the simple splendour of British modernism and historical significance of London’s past.
Destination restaurants, shops, cultural institutions, and a healthy stream of commercial newness flowing in make the neighbourhood a relevant oasis adjacent to London’s epicentre.
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Mindful moments and hand-picked teas at Be-oom
The Quality Chop House Shop
Fresh produce and delicious cakes at The Quality Chop House Shop
Compton is an easy dining bistro, deli and bar with a menu full of creativity
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  2. Showrooms
  3. Culture
  4. Parks
    Who’s Here
    The epicentre of London’s rapidly expanding tech centre, Clerkenwell is home to some of the most recognised names in global business.
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