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Commercial property in Hammersmith and Fulham, London
Hammersmith is just a stone’s throw from Kensington Olympia, one of the UK’s biggest conference venues. Locating your business in Hammersmith puts you in a great position to take advantage of a steady flow of networking opportunities. Hammersmith is also well-connected to South London through mainline rail and bus services.
Hammersmith Tube Station is on the Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly and District Lines. A journey from Hammersmith to King’s Cross takes approximately 25 minutes. A journey from Hammersmith to Leicester Square takes approximately 18 minutes. Buses no 8, 26, 35, 47, 48, 78, 100, 135, 149, 242, 388, N8, N26, N205, N551 all serve Liverpool Street station. To get to Heathrow Aiport take the Heathrow Express (every 15 minutes) to Paddington station and then a taxi or underground (25 minutes). The journey to Stansted with Stansted Express takes 45 minutes and takes you directly to the airport. Taxi to City Airport takes approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, take the DLR and underground to Liverpool Street station in 25 minutes. From Gatwick Airport take the Gatwick Express (every 15 minutes) to Victoria station and then a taxi to The City (35 minutes). Alternatively, you can take the underground from Victoria station to Liverpool Street station (25 minutes). City Airport (39 minutes from Holborn tube station)
Opened in 1868, Hammersmith is the older of the two stations named Hammersmith. The other opened in 1874 and serves the Piccadilly & District lines. The two stations are about 135m apart by foot.