The bustling West London borough with a quiet side.

Working in Hammersmith

Situated 3.5 miles west of Central London, Hammersmith combines the best of both worlds. Its thriving town centre has everything you could possibly need in relation to food, entertainment and amenities, while its 4.5 mile stretch of riverside provides locals and visitors with a quiet place for relaxation and contemplation. 


Browse Offices in Hammersmith


There are nine flexible workspaces to choose from in Hammersmith and desks start from around £250 per month. That’s relatively cheap, especially for a key commercial and business district. Offices cater to the area’s diverse business community and a wide range of styles are available – from colourful coworking spaces to well-polished private offices. 

  • 11 workspace locations to choose from
  • Desks start from ~£250 per month
  • Highest transport accessibility rating

HQs in Hammersmith


Hammersmith’s metropolitan charm and exceptional transport links have attracted a number of multinational brands, including the likes of L’Oreal, Sony and Disney.

A variety of entrepreneurs, startups and scale-ups also call W6 home – some of whom are based in Hammersmith’s leading accelerator, Accelerate Places.



Local Transport Links


As a business hotspot, Hammersmith boasts the best Public Transport Accessibility rating possible (6B). The most central of its serviced offices is a three-minute walk from the tube station, which provides ample access to the rest of London via the Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly, Circle and District lines. 


17 bus routes serve the area so there are plenty of alternative travel options too.

What to See, Do & Eat


Hammersmith is also a key player in the capital’s art scene. It’s home to the Lyric Theatre, one of the UK’s leading producing theatres, a new arts venue called Riverside Studios and of course, the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo. For the fitness conscious, there’s no shortage of places to work out. Local gyms include Better Gym, Virgin Active and Boom Cycle.


When it comes to eating out, this riverside region serves up every type of cuisine you, your employees or your clients could wish for. Check out Kerbisher & Malt for fancy fish and chips, Mahdi for Iranian food served in characterful surroundings and The Gate for nourishing vegetarian and vegan fare. 

Did you know…


  • Hammersmith is home to The Dove - the smallest bar in England.
  • Gandhi lived in Hammersmith while studying law at University College London.
  • The first colour TV transmission was broadcast from Riverside Television Studios.


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