The gigantic power station that appeared on the cover of Pink Floyd‘s Animals album is being converted into a residential development — but you’re going to need a whole lot of “Money” to afford a spot.

A Malaysian investment group has purchased London’s Battersea Power Station and plans to demolish some of the buildings, while retaining the giant smokestacks that dominate the classic sleeve. Condos in the new complex will start at $4000 per square foot, averaging more than a half-million bucks per unit — ironic, since Animals was intended as a commentary on economic inequality in Great Britain when it was released in 1977.

Source: Newsweek