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Rent serviced offices in Chiswick at Chiswick High Road - Office Space Chiswick

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Overview Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, W4 Add to list

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Centre   Chiswick High Road
Centre   Chiswick High Road
Centre   Chiswick High Road
Centre   Chiswick High Road
Centre   Chiswick High Road
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Description

A modern fully serviced building offering contemporary office space. An impressive reception area provides an excellent first impression. Services include state of the art communication systems and on site car parking.

Services

Office Facilities

  • Furnished
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Unbranded Office Space
  • Video Conferencing

Reception

  • Admin Support
  • Manned Reception
  • Telephone Answering

Comms / IT

  • Broadband Access
  • Cabling
  • On-Site IT Support
  • Telephone System

Security

  • CCTV
  • Manned Security

Amenities

  • Twenty Four Hour Access
  • Disabled Access Facilities
  • On-Site Cafe Restaurant
  • On-Site Car Parking

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Location Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, W4 Add to list

Located in a vibrant area of Chiswick, this Business Centre is surrounded by a wealth of amenities including shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. Gunnersbury Train and Tube Stations are only a 5 minute walk.

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Transport Links

Motorway 0.33 - M4 J1 with the A4
Railway 0.17 - Gunnersbury
0.46 - South Acton
0.81 - Kew Bridge
Airport 7.93 - Heathrow Airport
Tube 0.13 - Gunnersbury
0.18 - Chiswick Park
0.76 - Acton Town

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Written by AnnMarie Newbigin from Green Corridor
Jun 2011

Chiswick High Rd

Excellent space and it seems like a good atmosphere in general; good location with public transport nearby; limited parking could be a problem; small offices well laid out and good furnishings; nicely decorated common areas. We are interested by need to compare with other options. Manager very helpful

Best thing about this office: Spacious areas, bright, lots of light, well laid out, good common areas, little cafe a nice touch

Worst thing about this office: Forgot to ask if there is a lift - if not, access is a problem for being on the second floor

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Written by Tarun Chaturvedi from Corbus Europe Limited
Jan 2010

A right place to work

I had been to dfferent places to setup the office but C500 I liked most... a centraised place, within budget - a nice figure really. I am here since last 4 months and the cleanliness, airy and staff - everything is nice.

Best thing about this office: Space, well managed, clean and lovely atmosphere

Worst thing about this office: ummmm .. have to think a lot

This reviewer rented space at this office

 

Written by Milton L from OnlineQualityAds.Com
Dec 2009

500

Office 500 is nice and convienient to get to. The people are nice too. The carparking is a little too expensive.

Best thing about this office: People are very nice. Offices are nice and spacious

Worst thing about this office: car park monthly fee too expensive

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