TVC has got working from home covered: in addition to spacious apartments designed for living and working, a choice of broadband suppliers (including full fibre up to 1GB) and large terraces to breathe, Television Centre is a place designed for work. Choose the residents’ lounge, with co-working space in the library or more private meeting room; camp out in The Broadcaster or Flying Horse Coffee; or become a member of Soho Works workspace — all on site.
If that’s all a bit too close to home, stroll a ¼ mile up Wood Lane to flexible offices at Huckletree or The WestWorks in White City Place or Imperial College’s Scale Space.
Final 3 bed ‘Architect Series’ apartments are available for sale in the Helios and Crescent buildings, benefiting from top floor positions with flexible floorplans, multiple roof terraces, high ceilings, comfort cooling, underfloor heating and a choice of broadband providers.
Part of the amenities offer for private residents is the residents’ lounge, including a semi-private library area with co-working table and meeting room. These connected spaces with views out to landscaped gardens come with complimentary broadband, newspapers, and tea & coffee making facilities.
On the seventh floor of 2 Television Centre, Soho Works is everything you’d expect from a new international network of workspaces by Soho House.
Visit sohoworks.com to find out more
When you need a caffeine or protein hit, head to one of Television Centre’s six all-day eateries. Flying Horse Coffee and The Allis are particularly set up for longer work stays.
Just a few minutes’ walk away at White City Place, Huckletree is a workspace accelerator for tech businesses and entrepreneurs across media, fashion and design industries.
Also just up Wood Lane, located within Imperial College’s campus, Scale Space provides technology, life science and digital businesses the space, resources and connections they need to grow.