Colliers sells iconic recording studio ripe for residential redevelopment

Recording studio to the stars, The Old Dairy in Queen’s Park, London, has been sold by global property advisors, Colliers International on behalf of Liveprime Ltd to Westminster Housing Association for £4,950,000 for the freehold property.

Previously a recording studio, The Old Diary played host to Grammy Award winning recording artists, including U2 and Adele. The 10,500 square ft complex comprises of a selection of attractive brick built buildings set across 0.24 acres, including two residential apartments and 12 parking spaces, the property has the potential to be redeveloped into a residential complex.

Annabel Haan, Head of Residential, Colliers International said:

“The Old Dairy experienced high levels of interest from a number of parties, due to its prime location in the Queen’s Park area and the residential redevelopment opportunity it offers.”

“Steeped in history, this former recording studio has hosted numerous global superstars and was the birth place of many hits from the likes of Adele and O2. This property is highly desirable and will continue to attract attention when redevelopment plans are announced.”

Colliers acted on behalf of the seller, Liveprime Ltd.