23 Wharf Street, Greenwich - SE8 3GG
This stunning modern building on the riverfront with a Grade II listed facade is perfectly suited for start-ups and small businesses. Based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, with views across the Thames of London's skyline, this is a great location for businesses of all types. Office suites range from 250 to 500 sqft with the option to have furnished or unfurnished. Tenants can benefit from 24-hour access, 7 days a week, perfect for those who work outside the nine-to-five. The building is secured with an entry phone system, features kitchen facilities and a shared internet connection. There is a 24-hour concierge facility on the development and a proposed restaurant and art gallery on the ground floor of the building.
This waterfront centre benefits from great transport links, with a number of bus stops just a couple of minutes away. Deptford railway station is about a ten-minute walk, providing regular Overground services into Central London, Kent, Bexley, Havering and Luton Airport. The Cuttysark DLR station is 15-minutes away on foot. Deptford High Street is five-minutes away, home to a number of shops, restaurants, bars and other amenities to explore on lunch breaks or after hours. Greenwich Park is less than one mile away, offering a stunning location for a lunchtime stroll or post work run.
- Building Features
- WC (unisex)
- IT / Telecomms
- Cat 6 cabling or better
- Shared Internet
- 24-hour access
- Entry phone
- Services & Amenities
- Workspace Features
- Flexible terms
- Furnished offices
- Non-branded offices
- Open-plan offices
Local Area Info
Due to its proximity to the financial district at Canary Wharf, the borough of Greenwich is a fast-growing business location for companies in sectors that include information technology, finance, and legal services. Over the past few years, the creative and digital media industries have become two of the leading economic drivers in Greenwich, as there are three well-defined areas in the borough where this type of business dominate: West Greenwich, Woolwich, and the Digital Peninsula.
Education also plays an important role, as the University of Greenwich is a leading research institution that has strong ties with the business community in the borough. Other important sectors are retail (which provides 20 per cent of all the jobs in Greenwich) and construction.
Greenwich is connected to East London and the City via frequent river services and commuter ferries. There is only one underground station that serves the borough, however train and light railway services are plentiful within Greenwich. The borough's busiest road is the South Circular road, which connects with the M4 a few miles west of central Greenwich.
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