One Friendly Place, Greenwich
A vibrant, colourful and unique studio space located in Deptford built in the 1930s as a spice warehouse. This 7500 sq ft gem is set in its own private road, spread over four floors including the 1500sq ft roof top. Sexy big kitchen, roof terrace, decaying conservatory with rattan chairs and plants, huge studio space, rock stars pad, bistro and a floor of industrial chic all split into three separate studio locations that can be hired individually or collectively. The building boasts full height roller shutter access, additional kitchenettes on each floor ample parking, cozy mature garden spaces and good transport links to Central and East London by road and rail. The location can accommodate stills shoots, filming, and events.
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