The smallest one bedroom flats at the former BBC Television Centre go on sale this month with a minimum price of £700,000.
The west London studio complex is being rebuilt to include 950 homes as well as offices, restaurants and a luxury hotel.
Buyers hoping to snap up a new home will be asked for a 20% deposit when the latest apartments go on sale on April 23rd.
Residents get access to a huge gym beneath the famous circular office block known as the 'doughnut' but parking spaces cost an additional £50,000.
Television Centre in Shepherd's Bush was home to classic BBC programmes including Dad's Army, Fawlty Towers, Dr Who and Blue Peter.
The purpose-built studios opened in 1960 but were closed in 2013 when the BBC sold the site and relocated part of its operation to Manchester.
Five of the eight studios were bulldozed to make way for new apartments. The BBC will continue to use the remaining three studios when the complex is finished.