539 to 1,156 sq ft(50.07 to 107.40 sq m)
Guide price £629,950 -​ £1,399,950

Filmworks59 New Broadway, London, W5 5AH

  • New development

Key features

  • Superb Location in heart of Ealing
  • High specification
  • Concierge service
  • Please note photos are computer generated images and are indicative only
  • Night Tube service now available
  • CrossRail

Preserving the art deco facade of the old Empire Cinema, this exciting new development from St George will take inspiration from the glamour and splendour of the roaring twenties.

About this property

  • Filmworks
    Providing over 200 contemporary homes, Filmworks will also include an eight screen cinema and central piazza surrounded by a high-quality mix of shops, restaurants and bars, including Vapiano and Planet Organic.

    Introducing Bogart House, a name taking inspiration from American actor Humphrey Bogart's performances in 1940s film noir such as The Maltese Falcon and Casablanca, earned him the legacy of a cultural icon. In 1954 he made a cameo appearance at the end of The Love Lottery, shot by Dougie Slocombe at Ealing Studios. Inspired by the past, celebrating the future, Filmworks infuses a new dimension into Ealing's enticing personality. Retaining the old cinema's historic façade, it will welcome a high quality mix of new homes, alongside a leisure district that showcases an exciting new destination for the capital.

Filmworks is an exciting new development, with retained features and fantastic transport links via CrossRail.

James PatersonProperty agent

Local information

  • Filmworks is located less than 500 metres from Ealing Broadway Station.
  • Across the road from Filmworks, newly-established Dickens Yard has further embellished the local scene. Home to an exciting mix of premium brands; Dickens Yard offers fashion at Jigsaw and Whistles, vitality at Triyoga and Gymbox, and the crafted flavours of Gail's bakery, Charlotte's W5 and Balan's Soho Society.
  • Set in one of London's greenest boroughs, Ealing has lovely parks and green open spaces that provide a rural oasis in which to exercise and unwind.

Additional information

  • London's theatres, museums, arts and music venues make it the cultural capital of the world. Local attractions include Ealing Studios (the world's oldest film studios), the Questors Theatre and Ealing Jazz Club, now The Red Room, where The Rolling Stones first met in 1962. The V&A Museum, British Museum, the West End, Theatreland and the South Bank are all also within easy reach from Ealing Broadway.