Paddington Square is located at one of London’s most important transport hubs, connecting you to the world.
THE FUTURE IS SUPER-CONNECTED
With seamless links to Heathrow, London and the rest of the UK, Paddington Square’s position as a global hub and gateway to the world is unique.
When Isimbard Kingdom Brunel first unveiled Paddington Station, it was praised as a project far ahead of its time. 150 years later, it remains synonymous with the pioneering and cutting edge.
National train links, Crossrail, Heathrow Express and four underground lines create unrivalled transport connections. Further still, Paddington is the only station in London that gives direct access to all mainland terminals in the capital.
Paddington Square not only draws on this existing infrastructure but further expands and improves it: with smooth, integrated station access and a new Bakerloo line ticket hall. This is a milestone regeneration and new chapter for Paddington’s transport links.
This opens the doors to worldwide talent, eliminates unnecessary commuting time and empowers a meaningful work-life balance.
INTEGRATED TRANSPORT AND OFFICE LEVELS, TOUCH-FREE ACCESS, AND A NEW BAKERLOO LINE TICKET HALL MAKE FOR STREAMLINED TRAVEL
Paddington Square benefits from key cycling lanes that connect it to King’s Cross, Embankment and West London. To further encourage and equip cyclists, Paddington Square offers over 500 bookable bike stations, an in-house cycling club and workshop.
Paddington Square is easily reached by foot: via Grand Union Canal, through Hyde Park, or adjacent neighbourhoods like St Johns Wood and Notting Hill.
With ample, showers, changing rooms, laundry service and running club, Paddington Square provides the tools to turn morning commutes into a vitalising run and dip into Hyde Park for a workday jog.