The Olympic Stadium's coversion is costing an estimated £135 million according to the BBC, though West Ham are only contributing £15m of that and paying another £2m rent per year on top.
The rest is coming from the Government, Newham Council (a loan) and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). Catchy, right?
Money aside, Brady & Co. have set out their ambitious plan – and intend to fulfil every element of it. Following the move, West Ham will be expected to become a top-six Premier League club, all while paying off their debts and becoming self-sufficient.
The wrap above has not yet received final approval, but the club are confident it can help "consolidate its (the stadium's) status as a global icon and one of the best sports venues in the world". Don't expect Mo Farah-esque laps of honour from Big Sam every other week, mind.