That article describes the former ITV site as "Prince's Wharf and the SBK Building".
My assumption / educated guess is that "Prince's Wharf" is the former Studio 8 / This Morning building, and therefore "SBK Building" means the towerblock?
I can obviously work out that the first two letters must stand for South Bank, but what the blithering flip is the K supposed to stand for?
Over the years I've read/heard people refer to it as everything from "the LWT tower" to "The London Studios", but prior to reading that article I've never in my life encountered it being referred to as "SBK Building".
Have Careys PLC just made up a name that nobody in the past has ever actually called that building, or what?!
I used to be ambiguous, but now I'm something else.
Blake Connolly gave kudos