The top five floors have now been taken by PVH,
the fashion giant whose global brands include:
Up to 62,000 sq ft available which will be ready for occupation Q1 2023
Set at Television Centre, 1 Wood Crescent benefits from a curated mix of amenities. Step outside to enjoy excellent food and drink, a hotel and a gym, all just a short walk from the fantastic offerings of White City Place and Westfield London.
An elegant, stand-alone office building that is fit-for-purpose as a modern workplace. The double height arrival sequence flows onto the office floors, which benefit from enhanced levels of natural light and views of the park.
Sustainability is at the heart of this building, which is targeting a BREEAM rating of Excellent. Renewable energy is pulled from solar panels on the roof, where there is also a water collection tank and greywater recycling. Mid-iron glazing means the building does not overheat when it is sunny. An efficient energy management system cuts down the building’s energy use.
Two of the remaining floors have terraces giving occupiers exclusive access to outdoor space. With 178 cycle racks, plus lockers, showers and changing facilities, this building is ideal for companies whose employees have active lifestyles.
38% lower CO2 emissions, equivalent to 228 flights to New York every year.
40% less embodied carbon than similar benchmarked buildings.
Photovoltaic panels supply the energy equivalent for a Tesla to make three trips around the world.
500,000 litres of water recycled every year, enough for 11,200 showers.
Flexible fresh air provision that adapts to users.
Designed to minimise solar gains and maximise natural light, while reducing energy consumption.
Targeting BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.
A CHP (combined heat and power) unit can provide up to 20% of Television Centre’s electricity needs.
Outdoor terraces on the 2nd and 4th floors.
Next door to relaxing greenery in Hammersmith Park and the Japanese Garden.
Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo