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One Heddon Street is the reimagining of a Grade II listed building, formerly the famous New Gallery Kinema, into The Crown Estate’s first flexible workplace
Situated on the corner of London's famous Heddon Street, this Grade II listed building has played host over the years to a meat market, tea rooms, restaurant and, famously, the New Gallery Kinema.
Our refurbishment of the building transforms it into The Crown Estate's first flexible workplace, offering a creative and vibrant environment for flexible working in the heart of the West End.
One Heddon Street has been designed to foster creativity in an elegant and calm environment: a unique workplace with wellness at its heart. The development will be the world’s first WELL-accredited flexible office space, targeting Gold certification.
Emphasis has been placed on greenery and natural light, whilst bespoke furniture creates a comfortable and highly tailorable space for occupiers. The building also features a flexible event space for presentations, exhibitions and yoga classes, alongside bookable meeting rooms, reading booths, and screening rooms.
A range of working styles are catered for across the office floors, which are accessed either through a buzzing ground-floor café, or a dedicated members' entrance. The café is open to the public, creating a vibrant hub with a mix of public and members of the co-working community.