New Homes in Canary Wharf
One of the world’s most important business hubs, Canary Wharf rises tall above the within the Borough of . Prior to the Second World War, the used to be the home of an enormous trading port, but this area has now joined the as a thriving financial district.
Just along the River Thames from , on the opposite bank from the O2 Arena and close to , new homes in Canary Wharf are always in high demand. With landmarks like One Canada Square and attractions such as an ice rink and Jubilee Park, don’t miss our latest developments near Canary Wharf below.
Live the Canary Wharf life
As one of the most recognisable areas of London and with some incredible properties which wonderful use of the local skyline, Canary Wharf is a hugely desirable place to live. Whether you’re in it for the business or the pleasure, don’t miss our range of offers which includes the Government-led London Help to Buy scheme.
Things to see and do in Canary Wharf
One of the tallest buildings in the UK, One Canada Square is very much a highlight of the local area, and in more ways than simply its height. From the nearby shops to the winter ice skating and Jubilee Park with its paths, fountains and places to sit and relax, you’ll also find artistic creations such as the Two Men on a Bench sculpture by Giles Penny.
The area’s upmarket bars and restaurants are very popular, along with walks through Millwall Park and shows at the neighbouring O2 Arena. With a whole host of London’s top cultural and leisure attractions only a short stroll away, you can never be short of great ways to spend your time.
The Isle of Dogs plays host to a number of schools, and some of them are outstanding in the eyes of Ofsted. This includes Canary Wharf College, a mixed primary school which looks after children aged four to 11. South Quay College is an outstanding option for older kids, while the all-through independent River House Montessori School is another top choice.
Canary Wharf transport links
As you’d expect from such an important financial hub, Canary Wharf is equipped with superb transport links. These include a Tube stop on the Jubilee line and a host of DLR stations. You can also take advantage of a number of bus routes, as well as river buses and pedestrian and cycle routes.
The Canary Wharf property scene
As recently as the mid-1980s, Canary Wharf was an abandoned wasteland suffering from the closure of the local docks. Now it’s one of the world’s most important financial centres, and there are the properties to match. Modern apartments are naturally the most prevalent form of home available, although you can also find the odd quirky converted warehouse or period home.Houses in Canary Wharf can be tough to find - and afford - so you may also want to look at other spots such as our stunning Upton Gardens developments just a few miles to the north east. With more fantastic apartments available just north of Stratford in East Ham, make sure you remember to ask your adviser about offers like our scheme when you enquire today.