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Nestled in the district of White City, Television Centre finds itself on the territory of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
The mixed-use complex resides in an important building for the BBC’s history. Opened in 1960, Television Centre helped film plenty of iconic TV shows, including Doctor Who, Only Fools, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus. The broadcasting centre is steeped in history and unique atmosphere.
Mere minutes away, Westfield London offers hundreds of boutiques and cafes. The largest mall in Europe is heaven for shopping lovers. Another place that sells everything a person might need is the old-fashioned Shepherd’s Bush Market, which is located a 9-minute walk away from the complex. There, you can enjoy small local shops, authentic eateries, and global street food.
Adjacent to Television Centre is Hammersmith Park, known also as "the BBC Park", a charming little green space, densely planted with trees, shrubs, and lovely flowers. Sheltered by the lush greenery, Hammersmith Park provides a tranquil retreat from the bustling city in addition to a play area, tennis courts, and football pitches.
Placed right next to the creative and tech hub of White City Place and the BBC office, the new residential complex benefits from incredible transport connections. Just outside the complex’s door, there is Wood Lane Underground Station that links the area to the City and beyond, coupled by the White City station, connected to the Central Line.
The cultural landmark has been redesigned by a professional team of architects, led by Stirling prize-winning architectural practice Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Television Centre boasts a unique shape, resembling a hook or, according to the history of the complex’s creation, a question mark that the architect drew on the back of an envelope.
The Helios building forms a perfect circle right at the centre of the development, embracing the Helios statue as its focal point. The next layer is represented by the Crescent and forms a semicircle around the Helios. Meanwhile, the office building that houses BBC Worldwide, Publicis Media, some restaurants, and Electric Cinema acts as an extension of the Crescent and represents a “tail” of the question mark. From the other side, the Crescent is adjacent to Television Studios that follow the main curve of the complex.
The developer has preserved the grandiose modern architecture of the iconic site, using a mix of high-quality materials that range from traditional brickwork to sleek panelling. Television Centre is peppered with huge windows and cantilevered balconies that create an additional texture.
Television Centre is streaked with a stunning collection of private gardens that are planted with native species from local nurseries, creating a distinctly English garden atmosphere that residents can enjoy during a tranquil stroll.
Steeped in history, the main lobby has been visited by numerous celebrities and remarkable figures in the world of television. Now, it is accommodated by a 24-hour concierge, who aims to make every resident feel welcomed.
For relaxation and socialization, Television Centre includes a lounge area, where you can have a drink and meet friends in a comfortable environment. For those who prefer a more entertaining way of spending time, there is a screening room, where you can catch up with the latest films and sporting events.
In addition, Television Centre is equipped with a health club, which includes a state-of-the-art gym, an 18.5-metre swimming pool, a steam room, a sauna, fitness and yoga studios, and a spa.
Television Centre brings to you a beautiful collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, available in the Helios and the Crescent. Meanwhile, the Architects’ Series offers premium apartments and penthouses, ranging from two- to four-bedroom units.
The Helios presents two types of homes. The Helios Courtyard Apartments enjoy views of the gardens and the sculpture. These contemporary conversions benefit from windows that embrace the full span of every apartment. In addition, all units come with underfloor-heated polished screed and sections of ribbed ceiling that expose the original structure of the building, preserving the historic heritage. Meanwhile, the Helios Garden Apartments enjoy private balconies and terraces with pale oak flooring and biscuit-coloured terrazzo.
The Crescent features apartments with garden-view balconies and terraces, which take advantage of the beautifully-landscaped space, and homes looking to the west that are endowed with stunning views over the charming Hammersmith Park and the city beyond. Furthermore, the Crescent offers dual-aspect apartments that can appreciate both. The kitchens come with light terrazzo worktops and elegant cabinets, accompanied by instant boiling water taps in the three-bedroom apartments. Designed to provide maximum comfort, the bathrooms are equipped with underfloor heating, demisting mirrors, roof-mounted showerheads, and cascade drains.
The Architects’ Series offers exclusive designs and astounding interiors. Each apartment has been designed with the aid of one of four contemporary British architects, invited by the main architect of the project Paul Monaghan. Therefore, all homes of the Architects’ Series have their own distinctive design and colour palette.
The Television Centre project is led by Stanhope, a property development company founded in 1983. Headquartered in London, the highly-successful company is focused on an open-minded approach to research and product development, which helps create the most outstanding buildings and landmarks that are guaranteed to thrive for years to come. With a proven track record in complex property development, Stanhope’s portfolio is diverse in both scale and character, ranging from huge regeneration projects to specialist projects in life sciences.
For more detailed information on Television Centre, please visit the official website of the developer.