Television Centre has been designed for modern living, with the convenience of 24-hour concierge services and on-site gym and spa, as well as the pleasure of well-tended gardens and residents’ lounge.
The private residents’ main lobby has welcomed many familiar faces throughout Television Centre’s illustrious history, from heads of state to film stars and music legends.
This famous space (dubbed 'The Stage Door') has been restored to its former glory, including the original Grade II listed mosaic by British artist John Piper, and is the home of a 24-hour concierge service.
The residents’ lounge is a relaxing environment to enjoy a drink and meet friends or neighbours. With generous amounts of seating both inside and outside – in the private gardens – there’s quiet areas for meetings, sociable areas for visitors, and separate rooms for private dinners or functions.
The residents’ screening room shows the latest films and sporting events, and is available to book for private screenings.
The sweeping curve of private gardens between The Helios and The Crescent have been designed by landscape architects Gillespies with a distinctly English garden feel, stocked with native species from local nurseries and raised areas for shade and privacy.
The residents' gymnasium located in the basement under the Helios statue is managed by Soho House. It features a gym floor with top of the range equipment, 4 studios with classes and PTs, a 17m swimming pool, hammam with sauna and steam rooms, changing rooms, kit wash service and coffee/ juice bar.