Baltimore Wharf

Overview The Baltimore Wharf apartments were constructed in the first phase of a larger redevelopment known as Baltimore Wharf. The apartments were built by developer Ballymore, with later phases of Baltimore Wharf constructed by Galliard. Designed by architects Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the apartment complex is centred around a landscaped boulevard with a series of… Continue reading Baltimore Wharf

Cuba Street Canary Wharf

Between the cluster of high-rise development in the central portion of the Isle of Dogs, and the western edge — home to Europe’s tallest residential building Landmark Pinnacle — lies a small gap between towering developments. Plans for a 428 apartment residential development, known currently as Cuba Street, are set to smooth the transition between… Continue reading Cuba Street Canary Wharf

54 Marsh Wall — Redevelopment

Nestled within an area of high development — a 5-minute walk from the financial centre of Canary Wharf — lies 54-58 Marsh Wall. Architects Rolfe Judd have big plans for the intricately shaped plot. Current approved planning permission looks set to turn the current commercial buildings into an interestingly designed upmarket residential complex. The two… Continue reading 54 Marsh Wall — Redevelopment

Vetro London

Is this the UK’s poshest Premier Inn? Vetro London is a 30-storey mixed-use tower a stone’s throw from Canary Wharf. A mixture of luxury apartments alongside a 400-room hotel, the development previously known as Westferry Quarter Tower is located in West India Quay immediately adjacent to Westferry DLR station. There have been multiple plans for… Continue reading Vetro London

Phoenix Heights — Canary Wharf

4 Mastmaker road — branded Phoenix Heights — is a mixed-use residential development located immediately south of Canary Wharf in E14. It was a combined project between major developer Ballymore, and One Housing Group. With the development of Ballymore’s first ultra-luxury property Pan Peninsula nearby, this development held the bulk of the affordable housing required… Continue reading Phoenix Heights — Canary Wharf

225 Marsh Wall

Designed by Make Architects, 225 Marsh Wall — rebranded Halcyon London in early 2021 — is a high-rise residential tower under development to the south-east of the Canary Wharf estate in Cubitt Town. The Neighbouring tower, The Madison, currently stands alone as the tallest tower in this northeastern section of the Isle of Dogs, however… Continue reading 225 Marsh Wall

South Dock bridge — Canary Wharf’s new footbridge

The Canary Wharf estate has quite literally been reclaimed from the water. While transport links have improved massively — pedestrian links north and south to the estate have fallen behind. A new bridge aims to address this, spanning across Middle Dock and helping to improve pedestrian access from the Peninsula Tower Hamlets have hired Knight… Continue reading South Dock bridge — Canary Wharf’s new footbridge

Orchard Wharf — Galliard Homes

London-based developers Galliard Homes have been prolific in their regeneration of the Isle of Dogs. In combination with Ballymore, their Harbour Central site alone has provided over 4000 new homes to the wider Canary Wharf area. Despite their prolific construction on the central portion of the Isle of Dogs, the surrounding area’s of Blackwall and… Continue reading Orchard Wharf — Galliard Homes

Millharbour Village — Ballymore

Millharbour Village in numbers Irish developers Ballymore have been producing developments across Canary Wharf and the Isle of dogs for decades. Two notable developments dominate the skyline today: 2009’s Pan Peninsula — The asian inspired stone clad building often described as the Canary Wharf areas first ultra-luxury development 2020’s The Wardian — A striking pair… Continue reading Millharbour Village — Ballymore

Aspen — Consort Place

Consort Place — An overview Aspen at Canary Wharf is the name given to the tallest of the three towers planned in a sprawling mixed use development known as Consort Place — just south of the Canary Wharf estate. There will be three key buildings within the £210 million development: 01 65-storey Residential tower named… Continue reading Aspen — Consort Place

Ability Place – 37 Millharbour

A family-friendly development near Canary Wharf, Ability Place — previously known as The Icon — is a 22-storey residential building. Addressed as 37 Millharbour, Ability Place occupies 31-39 Millharbour overlooking Millwall Inner Dock. It provides 514 apartments, alongside 10,000 square foot of commercial space. Design and location BUJ architects were hired by The Ability Group… Continue reading Ability Place – 37 Millharbour

The Madison — LBS Properties

Standing at 187m tall, The Madison is an elegant 53-storey residential skyscraper. Commissioned by developer LBS Properties, Make Architects have designed the interior and exterior of the tower. The Madison sits in a 0.94 acre plot to the southwest of Canary Wharf’s financial center. To the immediate east of this plot, lies 225 Marsh Wall,… Continue reading The Madison — LBS Properties

South Quay Plaza — Berkeley Homes

South Quay Plaza is a exciting large scale development, located just to the south of the Canary Wharf estate. It is being constructed in several phases, with phase one currently finishing construction, and phase two underway. The developer, Berkeley Homes, hired renowned architect firm Foster and Partners to design both the exterior and interior of… Continue reading South Quay Plaza — Berkeley Homes

Landmark Pinnacle — Chalegrove Properties

The Landmark docklands area Landmark Pinnacle is the final installation in the Landmark docklands development area. In 2010 Chalegrove Properties previously created a residential complex around two towers, Landmark east and Landmark west. A decade later they are back with their final, and tallest instalment the Landmark Pinnacle.  Standing at 239m tall, and 75-storeys, it… Continue reading Landmark Pinnacle — Chalegrove Properties

Lincoln Plaza — Galliard

Overview of the development Lincoln Plaza is a Galliard development of 546 apartments throughout an interesting, multi-use building. Originally known as Indescon Court phase 2, Lincoln Plaza is the second installation of homes on the Indescon court site. The site totals a massive 910 apartments, 6 commercial units, and a Hilton Curio Collection hotel.  Like… Continue reading Lincoln Plaza — Galliard

One Park Drive

Overview of the development Probably the most exciting new development in Canary Wharf, One Park Drive is the Canary Wharf groups attempt at a flagship building for their new residential area Wood Wharf. Standing 215 meters tall and 58-storeys, One Park Drive has 483 apartments. With its unique design affording intricate shapes, these apartments range… Continue reading One Park Drive

Wardian London — Ballymore

The Wardian is a Ballymore and EcoWorld London joint project. Taking a modernist style, it is a striking development of two of the tallest residential towers ever built in London, standing at 55-storeys (187m) and 50-storeys (158m), respectively.   The two towers, east and west, are linked by an expansive two-storey podium. This serves as… Continue reading Wardian London — Ballymore

Landmark East and West

Overview of the development Landmark east and west towers are the two principle towers of the Landmark Docklands development area, situated at the western end of South Quay dock. Chalegrove Properties Ltd developed the waterside area, hiring architects Squire and Partners for the design.  The development in total comprises of four buildings. Two low-rise, 9-storey… Continue reading Landmark East and West

Baltimore Tower-Galliard

Overview of the development Baltimore Tower is a 45-storey, 151m tall, spiralling mixture of glass and steel. Originally known as Baltimore Tower, the building has also been known as Arena Tower — however more recently has begun to be referred to as Baltimore Tower again! It was designed by Skidmore Owings and Merrill for developer… Continue reading Baltimore Tower-Galliard

Pan Peninsula – Ballymore

Overview of the development Pan Peninsula was arguably the first “Ultra Luxury” development in Canary Wharf. It is an oriental style 762 apartment development, compromising of 2 towers linked by a central podium. It was one of the first developments of the Millharbour area, as part of a longer term development plan by Ballymore, and… Continue reading Pan Peninsula – Ballymore