New businesses take space at London's White City Place complex
A business and innovation district in West London has welcomed a raft of new companies as it approaches full occupancy.
Edtech Arbor Education and workspace specialist Huckletree are among a range of companies that have joined the White City Place complex in West London.
Arbor Education has moved its headquarters to the site with a 1,350 sq ft unit at WestWork, while Pan-European firm Huckletree has secured a further 13,300 sq ft in addition to its base in MediaWorks.
In addition, food outlets Mother Clucker and Potager are planning to open sites at the complex in the near future.
White City Place, which is owned by Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, is already home to brands such as BBC, Yoox, Net-A- Porter and Ralph & Russo.
David Camp, chief executive at Stanhope, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome such a fantastic range of businesses to WestWorks at White City Place which only has a limited amount of lettable space available.
Eiichiro Onozawa, managing director of Mitsui Fudosan, added: “We are incredibly proud of the radical transformation across White City in recent years.
“The new wave of tenants in WestWorks demonstrate that the development is a leading business hub in the London market.”
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