There are a range of workspace providers across the borough, giving access to employment space for businesses of varying sizes and sectors.
Below is a list of some of the local options available.
- 639 Centre
- Bernie Grant Enterprise Centre
- Blue House Yard
- Business Lounge
- Chocolate Factory
- Euroart Studios
- Green Rooms
- Parma House
- Tottenham Green Enterprise Centre
639 provides affordable office space, shared workspace and access to conference and board rooms; conveniently located on High Road, Tottenham.
Visit the 639 Website (external link)
The Enterprise Centre is home to 17 young creative entrepreneurs and also includes a Showcase Gallery. The units are of a variable size and interested parties are asked to apply for units to receive further details.
Blue House Yard offers new spaces to rent for local creatives and entrepreneurs who want to make, do and sell. The location is Wood Green and is a short walk from Wood Green tube station.
- Visit the Blue House Yard website (external link)
Located within Wood Green Library, the Lounge provides free hot-desking facilities as well as the ability to hire their meeting room. Membership is free and includes access to a range of useful business resources.
- Visit the Business Lounge page
Spread across 2 sites, the Chocolate Factory is home to over 180 businesses; primarily from the arts and creative industries. Options available include hot desks and various forms of studio sharing.
North London’s largest artist led art studio and workspace complex, providing affordable studios and workspace for rent by artists, makers and creative practitioners. The complex provides 70 studios and is based within Tottenham
- Visit the Euroart Studios website (external link)
Green Rooms is an arts hotel, that opened in 2016. Meeting spaces are available for hire, the hotel café offers free Wifi and tables for guests, there's a large conference space for hire upstairs and affordable overnight hotel rooms.
- Visit the Green Rooms website (external link)
Parma House is home to a variety of creative industries businesses ranging from artists to graphic designers. The centre is located in Wood Green and is walking distance from Wood Green tube station.
- Visit the Parma House website (external link)
The centre provides 30 different sized office spaces for start-up businesses, just off the High Road in Tottenham. The Centre is run by the London Youth Support Trust (LYST), who also operate the 639 Centre.
- Visit the LYST website (external link)
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