This stunning self–contained building designed by the world-renowned architect, Terry Pawson, comprises a modern award-winning office and a listed former Edwardian magistrates court, with many original features. The property is arranged over four floors, benefitting from excellent natural light and outside spaces.
The building provides c. 120 workstations and has clear capacity to provide in the region of 200 workstations. There are 13 dedicated meeting rooms throughout the building and two purpose built private booths. Included within the original features of the building are 6 cells which are currently used for ‘break-out’.
The space is available by way of an assignment of the existing lease which expires August 2021 or alternatively a new lease direct from the landlord. The lease is contracted outside of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954.
31 Vernon Street and 6-10 Southcombe Street are situated a short walk from West Kensington (District Line) and Barons Court (District and Piccadilly Lines), moments from Olympia (London Overground and National Rail Services) Station and an 18 minute walk from Shepherd’s Bush (Central Line, London Overground and National Rail Services).