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A new, low-cost pop-up workspace for startups and creatives near Marble Arch, London

This project concluded

September 2017.

George Street Studios is a new project from Interim Spaces, a charity dedicated to providing low-cost work and development spaces for emerging talent in otherwise disused buildings.

136 George Street is kindly leased to us by The Portman Estate, and we are proud to be supported by Westminster City Council.

The Portman Estate


Nestled just off the bustling high street of Edgware Road, above a Lebanese restaurant, George Street Studios is a prime-located West End creative hub for artists and designers, just a five minute walk from Marble Arch station.

Features and facilities:

  • All inclusive monthly hire fee - no hidden extras, no deposit, great flexibility

  • 24/7 access for those late night ideas, creeping deadlines, and day jobs

  • CCTV and key entry system

  • Fast broadband business internet

  • Bookable meeting room

  • Two kitchens and bathrooms

  • On-site Community Manager
















To the following individuals and organisations for their contribution towards George Street Studios.

Do you have a bit of time, or some materials to donate? We'd love to hear from you...


Farrow & Ball

George Street Studios received a huge palette of paint from Farrow & Ball, to help bring our space to life. Their extraordinary generosity means we can create a truly attractive venue that our residents can be proud of. Thank you F&B. Keep an eye on our instagram blog for video and images of developments.

James Blissett, Fotini

We are hugely grateful to James from Fotini (Peer Health & Leisure Ltd) for the electrical inspection, works, and certification of our supply at George St. And also for the laughs and sticking it out despite the lack of heating.

Skanska, SRW Engineering

When we placed an ad for volunteers on to help paint and decorate George Street Studios, the staff at Skanska SRW Engineering, working at the local Paddington Crossrail project, came to our aid. Over the course of a week, twelve volunteers helped paint and decorate our third floor, in time for the last intake of residents from May 1st. Thanks, Skanska.

Store Manager Mohamed and Youssef from ToppsTiles St John's Wood branch arranged a donation to us of several boxes of Hexagon tiles, to help transform our popup low-cost workspace into an attractive venue. Huge thanks, ToppsTiles.

Travis Perkins, Paddington

Huge thanks to Lee and the team at Travis Perkins Paddington Branch, for their kind donation of all the plasterboard we could possibly use. And they even delivered.

Joe Iredale

Joe is a veteran meanwhile use building all-rounder, and our resident go-to-guy for issues. So far he has fixed leaking taps, leaking toilets, leaking walls, and Dan's shoddy plastering effort. Thanks, Joe.

Cathie Yeats

Cathie joined us in March as our part-time Operations Assistant, helping with the day-to-day running of Interim Spaces and its venues. She's also a dab hand at painting and decorating, and is responsible for the gorgeously chalked user directory on the ground floor.

Thanks for the painting and decorating...

Chloe Holland, Kimberly Dowling, Marcus Warry, Verity Quinn, Meg Witts, Michael Fletcher, Josh Neicho, David Pritchard, Owen Clarke, Catherine Yeats, Fabian Holland, Laura Jeffery,

Flavia Fraser Cannon, Francesc Grossi, Scott Deamer, Sophie Merryweather, Liam Doran, Sean Wythe, Lee Neville, Jenae Goudas, Darren Ward, Ben, Vik Kugadas, Luke Bussett

George Street Studios

136 George Street

London W1H 5LD


George Street Studios is an Interim Spaces project, opening March 2017. 

Interim Spaces is a charity registered in England & Wales, 1165694.

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