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Designed by architects Sheppard Robson, One Kingdom Street (also known as One Paddington Central) is a major office development with 265,000 square feet of high-specification business accommodation. Completed in 2008, the landmark building is home to the UK offices of major multinational firms in telecommunications, natural resource development, and other sectors.
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Completed in 2010, Two Kingdom Street was designed by architects KPF and has a BREEAM rating of excellent. Designed with bold glazed exterior and trendy design-led interior, the multi-let property in Paddington Basin boasts approximately 263,000 square feet of outstanding commercial space across 12 floors. Each floor delivers approximately 26,000 square feet of high-quality office accommodation.
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Contemporary coworking accommodation extends across seven floor at this modern office building. Offices are offered on flexible terms, perfect for start-up and growing businesses that need to alter their space quickly if demand changes. Options includes shared and dedicated desks as well as hot desks. Private offices for one to eight people are also available. Larger office spaces may also be possible, depending on availability.... More info
Highest quality executive suites, shared office space and coworking desk rental is available within this striking building. Situated on the fourth floor, the office units are fully furnished and equipped, benefiting from glazed windows and attractive lobby area. Tenants are welcome to use meeting room facilities and on-site car parking. More info
This property offers private and shared offices accommodating organisations looking for one-person suites or larger spaces for teams of various sizes in a professional environment. Refurbished and flexible spaces have stylish wood flooring and sleek glass partitions, creating a modern and bright work environment.
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A fine example of a traditional interior updated to modern requirements, the serviced offices and coworking space available in this four storey building comes in various sizes depending on your needs.
A host of services and facilities are provided including secure all-hours access, reception staff, shared relaxing space, meeting and conference rooms and kitchens. More info
Part of a redevelopment that has transformed three 1960s-era office blocks next to Paddington Station, 20 Eastbourne Terrace is a stunning glass office tower with Grade A office accommodation. The private and shared office spaces here are designed to maximise natural light and promote healthy workplaces.
Offering gripping views of the city, this high-specification office building provides 92,000 square feet of quality business... More info
This stunning landmark building has 262,000 square feet of Grade A office accommodation over 15 floors. Designed by award-winning architects Mossession & Partners, a striking façade along with spacious double height atrium and reception area add to the spectacle of this inspiring office building. Light and airy interiors feature high-specification serviced office accommodation with flexible licence agreements.
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Built in the 1970s, the mixed-used building includes two floors of serviced offices. This elite property offers a range of self-contained executive office space designed for small businesses that require between one and eight workstations.
Furnished to a very high standard and benefiting from stylish decor, the offices are available on a serviced or conventional basis depending on the tenants requirements. The white label,... More info
Business in Paddington
The station is by far Paddington's most famous landmark, as well as an important economic driver and employer in the area and a part of the Paddington Opportunity Area. The station is a major railway terminus and London Underground station complex. Paddington station opened in 1854, replacing a temporary station that had been in operation since 1838. Trains link Paddington with Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Reading, and other destinations. The Heathrow Express rail service also operates from Paddington.
Other major employers in the area include St Mary's Hospital. Astra Zeneca, Kingfisher, Prudential and Vodafone are among the large corporations with offices in Paddington.
Office Locations in Paddington
Paddington Waterside is a significant redevelopment project that is regenerating former rail and canal land since 2008. Part of the project includes Paddington Central at Bishop's Bridge station, the original passenger terminus for the Great Western Railway. The site has been converted into new offices as well as flats and retail units. The largest structures are two office blocks with 193,000 square feet and 145,000 square feet, which are occupied by Prudential and Kingfisher.
Paddington Central also includes One Kingdom Street (also known as One Paddington Central), a modern office building built in 2008. The building has 260,000 square feet of office accommodation and its tenants include Misys, MWB, Statoil and Vodafone. Regus also operates a business centre with serviced offices and other facilities.
Two Kingdom Street has added 235,000 square feet of office space, and its tenants include Astra Zeneca. Four and Five Kingdom Street will provide an additional 350,000 square feet of office space to the area.
Other office developments in Paddington include 55-65 North Wharf Road. Approved in 2008, the project includes a 240,000-square-foot office block east of Paddington station. Nearby is 2 Eastbourne Terrace. The eight-storey office building boasts 105,000 square feet of floor space - some of which is given over to shared and coworking space operated by WeWork.
The Point and Waterside office blocks feature 224,000 square feet and 240,000 square feet of office space, respectively. They are part of the Paddington Basin, which includes approximately two million square feet of office, residential, retail and leisure spaces.
Office accommodation is also found at Merchant Square. Construction started in 2016 on 2 Merchant Square, a 16-storey office tower with 162,000 square feet of Grade A office space.
Paddington is within the City of Westminster, and itself was a metropolitan borough until the area was integrated into Westminster in 1965. It is nestled between Marylebone to the east and Bayswater to the west. The area is known for its Georgian homes and public squares, as well as independent shops and corner cafes.
Paddington station is among the area's most important landmarks and brings thousands of commuters and tourists into the area each day. Opened in 1847, the rail station was designed by famed engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It is also famous for the children's story Paddington Bear, who emigrated to England through Paddington Station on his journey from Peru.
Other landmarks include St Mary's Hospital and Paddington Green Police Station, which is a major high-security police station.