More business growth for Hammersmith

Hammersmith continues to grow and evolve at an accelerated pace as businesses continue to invest in the area.

According to a recent report in Property Week, Hammersmith is fast becoming an attractive area for office development with its comparatively low rents, growing amenities and transport links to Heathrow and central London.  Hammersmith boasts a varied mix of industries including small creative agencies to top companies including Shazam, L’Oreal and A+E Networks.  For those requiring a flexible a working space, WeWork with locations in Hammersmith Grove and Brook Green and WorkDotLife on Hammersmith Road offer modern co-working spaces, hot desks and event spaces.

New additions and moves in Hammersmith

Eat 17, a convenience store that combines elements of restaurant dining opens on 2 August on Fulham Palace Road.   The award-winning concept will feature a supermarket, food stalls, self-serve coffee, wine and beer growlers as well as soft-serve ice cream.   Eat17 is the second food hall concept to open in Hammersmith this year following the opening of Feast Canteen in the Kings Mall shopping centre in February.

Dragon Cat Café located in the Broadway Shopping Centre opened in June and serves over 30 combinations of Taiwanese teas and coffees as well as sweet and savoury wheel cakes.

Open source software group Zaizi who design and engineer solutions and platforms for government departments will shortly move into the Kings House office development on the Hammersmith Road.  Zaizi will occupy 4,209 sq ft of the fourth floor of the building as the company expands their business.

With the varied mix of new businesses moving to Hammersmith, the area is quickly establishing itself as the go-to destination for business and leisure in West London.