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The vibrant modern design coupled with inviting natural light will make clients feel right at home. The offices are split over lower ground, raised ground, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors of a well presented Victorian terraced building. It also benefits from a number of period features including fireplaces and the original staircase. To the rear is a large west facing garden with patio area accessed from both lower ground and raised ground floors.... More info
This property is a brand-new building and the office has only been occupied for a year. The West side of the office has floor-to-ceiling windows filling the working space with light. A kitchenette with dishwasher, microwave and fridge has been fitted. There is a separate partitioned office which can be used as a meeting room if necessary. The office is comes furnished with 12 open space desks/chairs but has room for 6 more desks with plenty... More info
The workspace is one of the finest buildings that carry the coworking environment with many facilities and other beneficial objectives. Office space is designed to generate more robust, efficient, and lasting connections with people, projects, and the environment. This workspace offers spacious conference rooms which are fully equipped and are a good option for a quality team-building experience. Moreover, a fully equipped kitchen is also... More info
Business in Earl's Court
Business is largely centred along Cromwell Road and Earl's Court Road in Earl's Court, a small district in Central London. Due to its location close to Kensington and its many museums and other tourist attractions, several hotels are based in the area. A number of hotels are also based close to the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, one of the area's largest employers and major attractions until recently. Small retail shops as well as cafes and restaurants are also the main employers in Earl's Court.
The redevelopment of the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre site will likely transform the area with new residential developments. The addition of new commercial spaces will also help change business activity in Earl's Court.
Earls Court Transportation Links
The area is home to Earls Court, West Brompton, Gloucester Road and West Kensington tube stations, as well as Kensington Olympia mainline railway station. Local bus routes intersect with the rest of London.
Office Locations in Earl's Court
Earl's Court's landmark office building is the Empress State Building, a triangular-shaped high-rise located next to the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre. Built between 1958 and 1961, the building was originally 100 metres or 329 feet tall and has 28 floors. It was briefly London's tallest commercial building until the construction of Millbank Tower in 1962. In 2003, three additional floors and 17.3 metres or 57 feet of height were added to the Empress State Building. The Metropolitan Police Service and the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime are the building's main tenants. Plans in 2014 were approved to transform the building into 440 new homes, which added approximately 580,000 square feet of new residential floor space to Earl's Court.
About Earl's Court
Earl's Court is a district within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is bound by South Kensington in the east, West Kensington in the west, Kensington to the north, and Chelsea to the south. East Earl's Court is known for its expensive Georgian homes, while the west side of Earl's Court is more commercial in character with several theatres, restaurants and other entertainment destinations. Opened in 1937, the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre and its iconic Art Deco fašade was one of London's premier conference and events venue. It was also the district's main draw until the centre closed in 2014. The redevelopment of the site will make way for a new residential and retail development in Earl's Court.