Chiswick Office Rentals & Serviced Office Space
Located in West London, Chiswick is recognised for its rowing events and as the finishing point for the famous annual Oxford Cambridge Boat Race. With a varied economy and home to an abundance of restaurants, bars and cafes, Chiswick is also home to a large brewery and period industrial warehouses that have been converted into bright and spacious office suites. Situated near to the North Circular Road, the South Circular Road and the M4, access in and out of London via road, rail and bus entices businesses to rent office space in this area. [read more] [read less]
- Private Offices (serviced or unserviced)
- 2 to 21 people/100 sq ft to 3,500 sq ft
- Marylebone (3 min walk)
- Marylebone (3 min walk)
Contemporary, unbranded office suites are provided in a central London building with discreet frontage. The workspaces enjoy amenities including 24-hour access, reception services, meeting rooms, voicemail and air conditioning.
Chiswick Office Guide
A large suburb in West London, Chiswick is full of leafy green spaces. Chiswick High Road contains a mix of office space, retail, restaurants and hotels. A wide range of businesses are located in office developments and warehouse conversions, including construction companies, pharmaceutical firms and technology companies. There is also a mix of Victorian and Edwardian properties, many housing refurbished office space.
There are a number of notable buildings in Chiswick including Chiswick House, a Palladian villa which is considered one of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in Britain, and its surrounding historical gardens.
Chiswick Pier is home to private moorings and one of two RNLI lifeboat stations in London. Formerly known as Church Wharf, the pier is maintained by the Chiswick Pier Trust and is a popular place for people to watch the traditional, annual Boat Race that takes place between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Renting Offices in Chiswick
Many of the former industrial warehouses have been converted into elegant, managed and serviced offices. IBM built their headquarters above Gunnersbury Station in 1964, which later became the home of the British Standards Institution.
There is a mix of modern, contemporary business premises and converted offices in Chiswick, offering managed and serviced shared, open-plan and individual offices, with on-demand meeting rooms. Affordable rents make Chiswick a popular location for businesses, from SMEs and start-ups to larger corporations.
Chiswick roundabout marks the start of the North Circular Road and South Circular road, and at the Hogarth roundabout, the Great West Road runs from central London and connects with the M4 motorway.
There are a wide range of bus routes servicing the area, including a night bus. Four underground stations serve Chiswick on the District line – Stamford Brook, Turnham Green, Chiswick Park and Gunnersbury – attracting companies to offices in the area. Chiswick railway station has overground services connecting to all areas of London. There are also overground stations at nearby Gunnersbury and South Acton.
Shopping and Restaurants
Chiswick High Road is home to a mix of retail stores, restaurants, cafes, eateries and offices. Fuller, Smith & Turner have been brewing their prize-winning beers at the Griffin Brewery, where beers have been brewed for over 350 years.
There are an abundance of restaurants, cafes, coffees shops, pubs and wine bars in Chiswick with cuisines to suit all tastes and budgets including Brew, Charlotte’s Bistro, Chief Coffee, The Duke of Sussex and Mamasons Dirty Ice Cream parlour, which serves Eastern-influenced, colourful ice creams.