Huckletree and Arbor Education have joined several other new signings for White City Place.
Developers Stanhope & Mitsui Fudoshan say this latest flurry of signings at WestWorks provides further evidence of White City Place’s position as a burgeoning tech hub by attracting some of the UK’s most innovative companies and bringing the campus close to full occupancy.
Huckletree (pictured), the workspace and growth accelerator, is expanding on the estate from their base in MediaWorks to WestWorks. Despite only recently announcing its expansion, Huckletree has already lined up tenants for their new space stemming from full occupancy of their existing space, and the rapid growth of +70 digital businesses hosted by Huckletree at MediaWorks. This move demonstrates how the campus facilitates the growth and evolution of its tenants from a start up to a mature business, all in the same estate at White City Place.
Arbor Education, who make an industry-leading cloud-based MIS (Management Information System) for schools and trusts, has taken 1,350 sq ft at WestWorks. Mother Clucker, the fried chicken outlet, and Potager, the vegan café, will also soon join the growing range of amenities including fitness studios, restaurants, bars and cafes that are found across the White City Place campus.
The broad variety of companies highlight the cross-sector appeal of White City Place and the campuses ability to facilitate growth amongst its business community, all of which, say the developers, help cement White City Place’s position as London’s fastest growing tech-hub.