This four-storey new build property has been finished to shell and core, ready for an occupiers fit out. The building is approached via a private driveway leading to one of two courtyards at ground floor level.
The property has impressive ceiling heights of 3.5m - 3.8m as well as floor to ceiling windows along 3 aspects (expect for ground floor). There are capped off services to the rear of the property to provide WC’s showers and kitchens to each floor.
The property may suit a variety of occupiers such as office, light industrial, leisure and educational operators.
Gorst Road is situated within the Park Royal Industrial Estate, an area within the London Borough of Ealing. The subject property is located close to the junction with Park Royal Road and within walking distance of North Acton Station on the Central Line.
Crossrail’s Acton Main Line Station is two stops from Bond Street Station with direct links to the West End, East End and Heathrow Airport.
Whilst the majority of neighbouring properties are made up of older style 1950’s warehouses the area continues to be an emerging creative hub for the likes of art, design, artisans, workshops and media industries. Buildings are constantly being renovated and converted to office, studio and trade counter uses.
The property has excellent access to road networks being close to the North Circular Road (A406), A40 and is approximately 14 miles from Heathrow Airport.
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) is the UK’s largest regeneration project with a large mixed use scheme taking place in North Acton, known as One West Point.
Under construction is HS2 Old Oak Station – The UKs largest regeneration project that aims to support 25,000 new homes and 65,000 new jobs. With high-speed rail services from Euston to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. The station is located less than 1 mile away.
Together with the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation the new HS2 station will contribute to a £15bn economic boost over the next 30 years.