Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger To Move To White City

Have pre-let space in new offices to be built next to Television Centre

Visualisation of the nine storey office building planned at 1 Wood Crescent

The company which owns brands such as Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger is to takes space in a new office building in White City.

PVH Corp is to move its UK headquarters to 1 Wood Crescent which is to be constructed next to Television Centre.

The 9-storey building with 111,765 sq ft of office space, will be located on the west side of the Television Centre campus. It will include multiple terraces as well as a ground floor reception and café, with views over Hammersmith Park and the surrounding White City area and beyond.

PVH Corp will move to the top five floors of 1 Wood Crescent, taking 50,000 sq ft of office space.

Designed by architects Morris + Company, construction of 1 Wood Crescent is scheduled to start immediately and be completed in Q1 2023 by construction company Laing O’Rourke.

Jonathan Trout, Property & Commercial Director at Stanhope which owns the building along with Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, said, “We are delighted that PVH Corp., one of the most admired fashion and lifestyle companies in the world, has chosen Television Centre in White City as the new home for their UK headquarters. Television Centre has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years and PVH’s presence at Television Centre, in their new building 1 Wood Crescent, will help build on the continued success of the site and further enhance its already vibrant atmosphere.”

Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo recently commenced construction of another building by Gateway Central at White City Place for L’Oreal. PVH Corp. will be the latest in a growing list of existing fashion and creative occupiers at Television Centre and White City Place, including the BBC and ITV Studios, BBC Worldwide, Publicis Media, Ralph & Russo, Yoox-Net-A-Porter, Soho House and the White Company.

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March 29, 2021