New business centre at Canary Wharf’s Hertsmere House

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A NEW 175-workstation serviced office centre has been opened at Hertsmere House at Canary Wharf.

The new business centre from Targetspace sits at the western end of West India Docks and is the fourth serviced office space in their London portfolio.

Targetspace Managing Director Stephen Finnegan commented: “Hertsmere House is the ideal location to conduct business, well served by both Docklands Light Railway and the London Underground and in close proximity to surrounding bars and restaurants.”

The serviced office operator, formed in 2006, also has business centres at Centre Point in the West End, St Mary Axe in the City of London and at Wembley.

Hertsmere House had previously been identified for redevelopment with 63-storey Columbus Tower gaining planning permission from the Mayor of London in 2009, despite being turned down by Tower Hamlets council. Following the economic downturn, the developer announced in 2011 they would be reviewing their proposals.

The skyscraper would have been taller than One Canada Square but with those plans stalled, Targetspace have secured a five year lease at Hertsmere House. They are offering 15,000 sq ft of unbranded office space as well as meeting rooms and virtual offices.

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