Homes at Television Centre will go on public sale for the first time at 11am on Saturday 23 April, when two show apartments and a sales and marketing suite open to potential buyers in a brand new Pavilion building on Wood Lane at Television Centre.
The Pavilion is designed by Stirling Prize winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) and was purpose built by developer Stanhope, with the show apartments dressed by creative consultant Suzy Hoodless.
The Television Centre forecourt on Wood Lane will be open to the public and food trucks, including gourmet burger bar Patty & Bun and Taiwanese steamed bun kitchen Le Bao, will be serving complimentary food outside the Pavilion from 11am-12.30pm on Saturday 23 April. Food will then be on sale from 12.30-6pm on Saturday and from 12-4pm on Sunday 24 April.
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. We look forward to opening our doors to the public and offering buyers the unique opportunity to own a slice of television history.”