EXCLUSIVE: Production at Seven’s entire Martin Place studios will relocate to Eveleigh next year.
CEO James Warburton has announced Sunrise, The Morning Show and Seven News will relocate by the end of 2022, bringing all of Seven’s Sydney teams under one roof.
The decision is understood to be a cost-saving move away from CBD property leasing.
Seven West Media Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, James Warburton said: “For the first time in 40 years, all divisions of Seven Sydney are being brought together in one place.
“From December 2022, all of Seven Sydney will be located in a refurbished version of the existing Eveleigh office, refitted and significantly expanded. Seven Eveleigh will span seven floors and include new, purpose-built, state-of-the-art studios and facilities for our news and public affairs shows and people.
“The expansion of Seven Eveleigh means we will be leaving Martin Place over the next 21 months.”
Martin Place has been home to Seven News and Sunrise for 17 years.
“Martin Place has been an incredible location for Seven’s Sydney news and public affairs operation over the past 17 years. However, our responsibility to deliver cutting-edge, market-leading news and public affairs content has outgrown our current location.”
Seven moved its headquarter from Jones Bay to Eveleigh in 2018.