Homes at Television Centre go on sale to the public

The homes at Television Centre, former home of the BBC at White City, went on sale to the public this week for the first time.

On April 23rd two show flats and a marketing suite, in the new Pavilion building on Wood Lane, opened their doors to the public and to potential buyers. The Pavilion is designed by prize-winning architects and purpose-built by Stanhope developers.

Alistair Shaw, Managing Director of Television Centre, said:

“This is the most exciting moment yet for the development of Television Centre, the point where its future starts to become a reality. We have worked hard over the last few years to create a scheme that is open to the public and enhances the local area, while offering some of London’s best new homes, offices and restaurants.”

“The development is genuinely protective of the building’s great heritage and innovative in its design, overseen by Stirling Prize winning practice Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Television Centre will be a new centre of gravity for London and we look forward to opening our doors to potential buyers and the public. It used to be called the home of British television and now you can call it home.

Alongside the award-winning architecture, the show apartments are dressed by creative consultant, Suzy Hoodles. The new homes are likely to be an attractive prospect for potential buyers in the area, and may also draw investors from further afield. Asking prices for the new homes start from £700,000.

For more information on the development, visit televisioncentre.com