Businesses are flocking to this bustling part of west London
and it’s not hard to see why.
This thriving area is a leading commercial centre and major transport hub, with two Tube stations offering links to four Underground lines. If you’re looking to recruit, Hammersmith has a wealth of professional talent. It attracts many commuters too, with 80,000 coming in to work in the area every day.
But Hammersmith isn’t just a great area to work, it’s also full of places to wind down – from brilliant restaurants and cafes, to riverside pubs, to theatres and art venues. So if culture’s your thing, you’re spoilt for choice with the Apollo, Lyric Theatre, and historic Riverside Studios. It’s fair to say, Hammersmith is happening!
Learn More About Hammersmith
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Hammersmith Transport Links
Hammersmith is a brilliantly connected part of west London. It has two tube stations, Hammersmith Broadway, and Hammersmith, which are linked to the rest of London via the Piccadilly, District, Hammersmith & City, and Circle lines. Our Needspace? flexible working spaces are just a three-minute walk away. There are also many bus routes running nearby, plus it’s only half an hour to Heathrow by Tube.
MEET OTHER BUSINESS OWNERS
A thriving business hub, Hammersmith offers a variety of networking events and groups. These offer a great opportunity to meet fellow business owners and professionals in your industry and beyond, to help boost awareness of your business locally. Here are just a few you might like to check out:
Places to Eat and Drink
Offers a welcoming atmosphere and exceptional Thai cuisine.
Set in a converted artist’s studio, this quirky restaurant has great veggie and vegan options.
Delicious Iranian cuisine and very generous portions to satisfy all appetites.
The real deal, Patisserie Sainte-Anne moved from the 13th arrondissement in Paris to Hammersmith in 2014. Incredible cakes, all handmade on the premises, and great coffee.
The Michelin-starred River Café offers top quality dining in a buzzing atmosphere.
From music to comedy and theatre, the Apollo offers top live entertainment every night. There’s also the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire just 20 minutes down the road.
The Lyric is a local institution and has been bringing theatre to Hammersmith since 1895.
Music, film, comedy, exhibitions and more in a former film studio by the river.
A showcase for Polish culture and arts, in the centre of Hammersmith.
With tennis courts, basketball and netball courts, a bowling green and football pitch, the park’s a top spot on a sunny day.
This famous annual event between Oxford and Cambridge Universities takes place in late March / early April, with Hammersmith handily placed midway along the route. It’s an institution.