Top-storey properties at proposed tower blocks will come with views of the pitch, in Lionel Road South, Brentford, the developer has confirmed.
A spokeswoman for Prime Place said: "The top floors of two blocks in the central southern site will have total or partial views of the pitch.
"In the same way, one block in the central eastern site will have unobstructed views of one of the goals."
Detailed plans for the tower blocks, which are up to 16 storeys tall, went on public display earlier this month and a planning application is expected to be submitted soon.
The football club already has outline consent for 910 homes and a 160-bedroom hotel around the stadium, which will help fund its new 20,000-seater arena.
But full planning permission is now required, and Prime Place has revealed plans for seven tower blocks at the eastern side of the site, which account for 634 of the new homes. Proposals for the western side will follow.
Any fans already eyeing up one of the new apartments are likely to need deep pockets, as Hounslow Council waived the usual requirement for affordable housing due to the cost of building the new stadium.
However, adult season tickets to watch Brentford's promotion bid at Griffin Park next season are available from £369, and seats within the new stadium - when it opens - are likely to have considerably better views than the neighbouring tower blocks.
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