Soho  Post House, halo, is to open a new building on Dean Street.
The 16-suite offline facility, due to open in April 2019, will have high performance dark fibre connectivity to the main building at Noel Street, allowing “seamless and secure integration between the sites.” The new building will also have a bar/café and roof terrace as well as study and breakout spaces.
Halo’s Commercial Director, Will Garbutt, said: "It has been less than 18 months since we opened our Brewer Street building and almost straight away we were searching for more quality editorial space for our clients. 2018 was an extraordinarily busy year and saw halo opting for yet more pop-up solutions which are expensive and hard work to run. We needed another dedicated offline facility, similar to our Brewer Street site, centrally located with collaborative working space across big floors. This model allows us to accommodate larger projects such as Shiver’s ‘Come Dine with Me’, that require many offline suites in close proximity, as well as room for those teams to step out and depressurise."
Head of Business, Matt Locke said: "Dean Street has been on our radar for over a year now and we have been working hard to secure it. From experience, we believe we know exactly what our clients need in an editorial environment and Dean Street – with its light and airy floors and plenty of breakout space both in and outdoors – gives us just that, in a perfect south Soho location."
With further offline suites added to the HQ in Noel Street in the summer, Dean Street will expand the firm’s offline capacity to 50.
Halo have just completed full UHD / 4K post on drama series ‘Selection Day’, unscripted football series ‘Sunderland ‘til I Die’ (both Netflix Originals), as well as Luther Series 5 for BBC.

Jon Creamer

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