Details of the Resolution Property-backed UK Fashion Hub bid for the 2012 Olympic media centre are being finalised this week.
Ahead of Friday's deadline for bids to buy the facility from the Olympic Park Legacy Company, more details have emerged of the UK Fashion Hub consortium's plans for the 940,000 sq ft facility.
The images below paint a picture of what the centre could look like in its legacy.
In July, Estates Gazette revealed the plans for a UK Fashion Hub anchored by Dutch firm Brandboxx, which wants to run a wholesaling centre comprising around 250 units.
Other tenants lined up for the hub include Fashion Capital, a key supplier to internet clothing retailer ASOS, and the Museum of London, which plans to create a fashion museum.
Further tenants have since agreed to take space, including plans for a design innovation and growth centre that will have a link to a major London college.
It will offer high-end 2D and 3D printing and include a demonstration suite for the latest new technology that the fashion design industry has to offer.
The UK Fashion & Textiles Association is also on board, as is Fashion Antidote, which will create a training facility, including night classes aimed at the local community.
Workspace has also agreed to take 150,000 sq ft for offices for small- to medium-sized businesses.