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No.19 Eastbourne Terrace

Part of a Joint Venture with Network Rail, this is within Paddington Station itself. The main entrance is from Eastbourne Terrace but we have a second entrance directly from Platform 1 (you have to follow the blue line on the floor…..you’ll know what we mean when you see it). Designed and built by Brunel, this building is Grade 1 Listed, dating from 1854. Part derelict and mostly unloved, we’ve worked with some brilliant architects, DMFK, to restore everything….the mouldings, brick-vaulted ceilings, arches, steel columns etc. There are no suspended ceilings or recessed lighting, just lots of space and natural light. And we’ve managed to incorporate a full air conditioning system sympathetically whilst we were at it. Definitely a challenge and definitely some sleepless nights, but worth the added grey hair. A range of offices, loads of meeting spaces, amazing kitchens as well as our co-working spaces. PS – don’t forget to check out the artwork referencing a certain Bear associated with the Station caught in a erm…comprising position.

OFFICE SPACE IN PADDINGTON

Individual offices in Paddington Station, on flexible terms, but with the whole building for you to use:

  • Fully furnished (or not, up to you)
  • 7 meeting rooms
  • Telephone booths
  • Kitchens and break out areas on each floor
  • Secure bike storage
  • Showers
  • Monitored CCTV and 24 hour access
  • Full IT and Telephony, to match whatever you need
  • Lounge

MEETING ROOMS IN PADDINGTON

A great meeting needs a great meeting room. The rooms are tailored to specific types of meeting both in design and technology and are available by the hour or the day. A range of room sizes and different areas to step out and have a break.

  • 7 meeting rooms in total
  • 1 formal boardroom up to 20 people
  • Two further boardrooms up to 12 people
  • Three smaller spaces for project work and decision making
  • All the AV equipment is available and included in the cost
  • Great breakout space outside the meeting rooms for informal meetings and debriefs
  • Click below to get more information

See the meeting rooms at Paddington »

CO-WORKING SPACES

Alongside Paddington Station, co-working spaces are located in The ShardBorough, King’s Cross, The City, West End, Oxford Circus, Shoreditch, Euston Station, Leeds Station and Liverpool Street Station, providing you with spaces to work and meet across London when you're between meetings or away from the office.

Co-working is a great way for smaller or newer businesses to establish a home and to join a like-minded community of members across London.

Our members do everything from tech and creative to finance and law. Some are start-ups and some have been in business for years. Make new contacts or just keep to yourself. Have the vibrancy of working around others and the option of privacy or quiet when you need it.

Membership options include access to one location, access to all locations or, in particular locations, access to your own dedicated desk.

Find out more here ››

VIRTUAL OFFICES

The way people work is changing. Not everyone needs a permanent office all of the time. With Virtual Membership at The Office Group your business can be permanently based at Paddington Station even though you’re not.

Your business home, just without the traditional four walls.

Membership includes:

  • Drop in to the lounge in your home building
  • Address your business post to 19 Eastbourne Terrace, we'll forward it on or hold it for you to come and collect
  • Call handling to a dedicated number; we'll forward calls on or answer them for you

Find out more here ››

GREEN FEATURES

As a Grade 1 listed building and Mr P Bear's former residence, we don't have the authority to put stuff like solar panels and rainwater harvesting in for the building. However, we are restoring the building as greenly as possible, reusing anything that we can and using recycled materials for the things we need to build. There's still a lot of tricks up our green sleeves on this one such as improved thermal insulation, installing sensor lighting and a stringent recycle policy.

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