Chiswick is a leafy area of west London, set on the north bank of the River Thames, across from Kew. It is popular with commuters for its proximity to and transport links with central London but many businesses have settled in the area for the excellent facilities available and the attractive surroundings and relative calm compared to the city centre.
Chiswick Park is an awarding winning business centre whose distinctive architectural style was designed by Sir Richard Rogers. The twelve buildings with their glass facades are arranged in a ‘necklace’, all facing onto the shared public space inside. The inner area is fully landscaped with a lake on two levels complete with cascading waterfall, lush, green garden with shade provided by trees and accessed by a decked walkway. The buildings house spacious, airy commercial units, promoting an atmosphere of tranquility to enhance the working environment. A typical building will offer approximately 5,675 square feet of office space with 3,200 square feet available for retail. Current incumbents include CBS broadcasting, Disney Channel and Vue Cinemas. Amenities include car parking and proximity to Chiswick High Road and transport links.
Chiswick Park is very conveniently located at approximately half a mile from Chiswick roundabout for main roads the north and south circulars, just five miles west of central London on the A4 and easily accessible from Heathrow which is eight miles away on the M4. The closest train station is Gunnersbury (on the District line and overground). Exit the station along Gunnersbury Mews, turn right onto Chiswick High Road, take the first left and left again and follow the road round to Chiswick Park on the right. Other nearby stations include Turnham Green and Chiswick Park (also on the District line)
Small, creative independent companies and organisations have opted to base themselves at The Courtyard, a small, attractive, semi-serviced business centre, located a short walk north of Chiswick High Road. Architect Esmond Reid discovered the cluster of Victorian buildings in the early nineties and his designs revitalised them; the light office units of various sizes retain many character features and are used by architects, surveyors, website publishing companies, PR, TV and personal management agencies. Staff members enjoy the peaceful surroundings and communal courtyard.
Nearby transport links include Chiswick Park station on the District Line; exit right onto Bollo Lane and turn right onto Antrobus Street, continuing onto Acton Lane, take a left onto Acton Lane and then a right onto Evelyn Street for The Courtyard. Alternatively, from South Acton station (Overground), take the exit to the left onto Kingswood Terrace, turn right into Church Path, left and then left again on Acton Lane and finally turn right for Evelyn Street.