A new work-live-play community on an iconic site

Television Centre, W12

We pride ourselves on taking on large-scale mixed-use projects. We are focused on development because we want to create value

Television Centre is an exciting new neighbourhood comprising prime office, residential and leisure space together with a new Soho House members club and hotel in White City.

The 1.45 million sq ft scheme on the former BBC site is one of our most important and ambitious projects globally and the largest-ever development undertaken in London by a Japanese company.

The masterplan by AHMM is centred on the reinvention of the iconic Grade II listed Television Centre building with its instantly recognisable rotunda and the creation of new outdoor spaces by landscape architects Gillespies.

As part of a greater regeneration project including Westfield shopping centre, Imperial College London, and our development at White City Place, the development aims to bring together a rich mix of communities who come there to work, live and play.


Phase 1

2 Television Centre is a headquarters office building designed by AHMM, and is let to Publicis Group, The White Company, and Soho Works and Soho House club.


One Wood Crescent a 95,000 sq ft office building designed by Morris + Company and is let to PVH group.


The Helios and Crescent residential buildings were also designed by AHMM with interiors by Suzy Hoodless, Haptic, Coffey, Piercy & Co, and AHMM. ITV and BBC are operating the live television studios.


Studios 1 – 3 have been refurbished and operated as live audience recording studios by the BBC and ITV.


Phase 2

Comprises 511 residential units across four apartment blocks, and 39 townhouses.


Plot E – Scenery House, is a mid rise block of 180 residential units designed by DRMM. Construction is underway with completion due in 2027.


Plot F – Forbes Square has planning permission for a collection of 22 townhouse designed by Mikhail Riches.


Plot G –  The Ariel, is a 25 storey residential tower of 167 units designed by AHMM architects with interiors by MSMR and Sella Concept. Construction is underway with completion due in 2027.


Plot H – Macfarlane Place includes two affordable housing buildings forward funded by Peabody who will own and manage the properties once completed. The buildings designed by Maccreanor Lavington Architects will provide 71 London Affordable Rent, 34 London Living Rent and 37 Shared Ownership homes. Construction is due to complete in summer 2024.


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White City

Offices, Retail, Residential, Hotel, Studios

1.45 million sq ft

Stanhope, AIMCo, BBC


2017 – 2018 (Phase 1)