Old Malt Factory:
An impressive, iconic, disused factory site incorporating a variety of vacant warehouse/office spaces and factory buildings.
Leyton Orient Stadium:
Football stadium established in 1937 with a 9,200 spectator capacity situated in the East End of London. Various meeting rooms, offices, event spaces and stadium facilities available for filming and photography.
A versatile site with a multitude of high spec, glossy commercial spaces, concourse and service areas, vast car parking facilities, as well as a specialised gym, changing room, boardroom and private boxes.
The Monster Building:
Atmospheric labyrinth of serviceable basements with lockable ancillary space for storage.
An Impressive large site with multiple high-spec, glossy, commercial spaces, escalators and concourses with controllable urban walkways.
A range of service areas including controllable roads, carparks, service corridors & walkways.
A 13 acre campus in London's West End, with a huge variety of modern and stylish office exteriors and atriums, open public spaces and a selection of rooftops and service areas.
The terracotta colour of Broadwalk House rises uniquely within the Broadgate portfolio. This 1980s build on the corner of Blossom Street and Appold Street features a marble inlaid external concourse and sculpted architectural detailing.
The Former HQ:
Multi-site comprising of large Brutalist style office building, period low-rise offices, dramatic industrial multi-level car parks and controllable roads.