The five deals total 13,583 sq ft to tenants including: So Energy, Stem Healthcare, Wild Frontiers, Kobayashi and Metro Foods taking the recently refurbished café.
Originally built in the 1930s as a Singer sewing machine factory, Power Road Studios comprises 57,000 sq ft of workspace set over four studio buildings in Chiswick, west London. The site was acquired by Helical in 2015, which has undertaken a rolling refurbishment of the property that includes the development of a new main entrance as well as improvements to the communal areas.
Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a new 30,000 sq ft studio building, a 13,000 sq ft roof extension to Studio 1 and an occupiers’ amenity block to provide additional bicycle storage and changing facilities.
John Inwood, head of asset management at Helical, said: “The campus feel of Power Road Studios with its flexible, warehouse style space has always attracted a wide range of tenants with varying requirements. We are seeing strong interest for the remaining space on site and these latest lettings are further evidence of occupiers recognising the need for high quality offices in order to retain staff and win the war for talent.”