The Record Store is a landmark Art Deco office building at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes, West London, the former home of EMI and HMV. This is where ground breaking albums by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were pressed and where mass-production TVs and stereo sound were invented. The Record Store has been remastered into 84,705 sq ft of high-end office space, with only 4 and a half floors remaining. With its stunning flat iron façade, the revived building is both striking and impressive and has views across The Old Vinyl Factory and Heathrow.
It’s less than a 5 minute walk from Hayes and Harlington station with trains to Paddington in 15 minutes. Connections to Central and East London will be available when the Elizabeth Line arrives.