Parking spaces cost £50,000 too
New flats in the BBC’s purpose built Television Centre in White City are soon to go on sale – with a hefty price tag.
The minimum price for a slice of real estate in the building where countless famous television shows have been filmed begin at £700,000.
The former studio complex is being rebuilt and will see 950 new homes on the site along with offices, restaurants and a luxury hotel.
Buyers will need a 20% deposit if they are looking to snap up the new homes.
Parking spaces for home owners will cost an additional £50,000.
The building began life in 1960 to accommodate the BBC’s growing televisual output. The corporation stopped using the complex in 2013, following a partial move to Manchester.
However, when the development is complete, three of the five original studios at the site will re-open with the BBC continuing to use them.