They called it the home of British Television. You can call it home.
Its ambitious redesign, led by Stirling prize-winning architectural practice Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, reinvigorates and opens up this historic site with new homes and offices, a transformed forecourt with restaurants, a cinema, television studios, gymnasium with hammam, and a new hotel and members' club from Soho House.
Television Centre is not just one of the most important redevelopments of a London landmark, it's also an exciting place to live with a unique
mix of amenities and activities.
Your whole day can be spent on-site, from an early morning swim, coffee and lunch, to dinner and a show.
And with established west London areas including Notting Hill and Holland Park on your doorstep, the options are virtually limitless.
Television Centre is served by three local stations. White City on the Central line provides transport to Bond Street in 12 minutes, Bank in 22 minutes and Canary Wharf in 32 minutes.
Television Centre will be only a short journey from Crossrail, accessible at Ealing Broadway, Paddington and Bond Street. Wood Lane on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines offers links to Paddington for mainline and Heathrow Express services in 7 minutes and St Pancras International for mainline and Eurostar services in 20 minutes.
Shepherd's Bush Overground station provides quick access to Kensington Olympia in 2 minutes and Chelsea Harbour via Imperial Wharf in 5 minutes.
The West End is a 10-minute drive via the Westway (A40), and London Heathrow is only half an hour by taxi. Walking in West London is a pleasure, with Portobello Road, Westbourne Grove
and Holland Park only a stroll away.