ReSource to Open Wellness Centre in Hammersmith

ReSource to Open Wellness Centre in Hammersmith

ReSource, GN2’s new client, has acquired a 13,239 sq. ft. space on the ground and mezzanine floor levels of Thames Wharf, which is located on Rainville Road in West London. The rent for this space is approximately £650,000 per annum.GN2 is a property agency business operating in London has been offering advice to one of their new clients. The Property Agency has been advising their new client on the set up of a new “Wellness” Centre which will be located in Hammersmith.

GN2 worked with planning consultants, Montague Evans in order to successfully secure a change of use for the building from Fulham Borough Council. Following this change of use, a diverse venue can now be created, offering an art gallery, artists’ studios, coffee shop, workshops, reception area and education space. ReSource will be using the space in order to create an avenue for great ideas and collaborations through events that are centered around workshops, exhibitions, performances, lectures and food. The new Wellness centre is expected to cater to both young and old audiences, making sure that there is something for everyone.

The Managing Partner of GN2, Julie Rees has said that they have seen an increase in the number of enquiries from clients about using spaces for alternative means, such as gyms, leisure and wellbeing centres. This area of the market appears to be thriving and as more and more people look into different ways in which to tackle their stress levels and look after themselves better. The opening of ReSource’s planned Wellness area will be a valuable new addition to the popular Hammersmith area of London.

GN2 delivers space for clients to rent. The company also works to offer a rent review and restructuring service in order to secure a lease agreement that works for the client and the landlord. It is also important for the company to make sure that they ensure the maximum investment value for both occupier and investor.

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