With a multicultural population, busy shopping districts, office developments, transport hubs, tranquil parks and village enclaves Hammersmith offers something for everyone.
With a riverside location, historically Hammersmith was an ideal place for business to flourish and those that have found success in the area include a distillery, a sugar refinery and a water pump factory. Thanks in part to its suspension bridge, today Hammersmith retains its importance as a centre for commercial activity and transportation.
Residents in the Hammersmith benefit from a variety of property types and can choose from large period homes or a variety of flats and apartments. Roads close to the station such as Hammersmith Grove and Luxemburg Gardens boast some of the district’s most attractive residencies and Hammersmith Terrace offers magnificent views of the Thames.
Commercial property in Hammersmith is available and many businesses looking for offices to rent in Hammersmith are aware of the benefits of being in an area so well served by its transport links. Similarly, those looking for shops to rent or let in Hammersmith can benefit from the area’s dense population and popularity.
Developments such as the Broadway Centre which even has its own underground station offer shops and offices to let. Warehouses to rent in Hammersmith can be found in the more industrial areas.