The Smiths Building

179 Great Portland Street Marylebone, London W1W 5PL
Reception desk and large cowrking table with seating for 16 at TOG Smiths building Great Portland Street

Closest station

Great Portland Street (3 mins walk)

Prices per person

Office space (per desk) from

£780/mo

Coworking - Lounge

£75/mo
Reception desk and large cowrking table with seating for 16 at TOG Smiths building Great Portland Street

Lots of space to be inspired at the home of TOG

Have a look at the different workspaces you can find in this building.

Private offices

Office space to call your own on a flexible contract

Meeting rooms and event space

Find the right place for your next product launch or party

Lounge

Comfortable and spacious communal workspace

Roof garden

Outdoor space to relax, meet or catch up on emails

Showers

Fully stocked with products, great for freshening up after a work-out

Bike storage

Safe and secure storage for your wheels

Medium meeting room with pale wooden table and dark chairs and street view at TOG building Smiths Building London

Find a place to meet, focus and present. All the technology you need whether you're in the room or on a conference call, with locations for hire all over London as well as Bristol and Leeds.

In this building

4

meeting rooms

In other TOG buildings nearby

42

meeting rooms

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179 Great Portland Street Marylebone, London W1W 5PL
Directions to The Smiths Building

On Great Portland Street close to Marylebone Road, The Smiths Building is accessible from Warren Street, Oxford Street and Great Portland Street itself.

Building Manager

Ciara McCarthy

Reception Times

8.30am - 6pm

Transport Links

51.5219674, -0.1437738

Large table for coworking and 3 meeting rooms at TOG Smiths building Great Portland Street

Home to TOG HQ, we’ve taken over the whole of what used to be Smith Industries, the first makers of speedometers. As the quintessential TOG space it has a bit of everything we like from our other buildings – industrial, contemporary style, playing up to the building’s heritage. Plus a hidden gem of a rooftop perfect for sunny lunchbreaks.