Prior to Pan Pen Canary Wharf didn't really do big (really big) residential towers, and as the developer Ballymore says themself "we had to look further afield – to North America and South East Asia – for the right kind of inspiration." And what's more the area hadn't seen such luxury and so many on-site facilities before. 24 hour concierges are the norm these days, but back in 2009 when the building completed they were something of a rarity. Valet parking is still rare, but Pan Pen offered it from the get-go. Add to that a swimming pool, gym and cinema in a near 20,000 sq ft leisure complex and perhaps you can understand why we think Pan Pen is the daddy.
- 762 apartments in two towers of 40 and 50 stories
- The taller of the two towers stands at 147 metres high
- Actaul address is 1 & 3 Pan Peninsula Square, although at the outset the address was 1 Millharbour
- Developer: Ballymore
- Architects: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
- Construction commenced: 2005
- Construction completed: 2009
- Nearest transport link: South Quay DLR
Why would I want to live there?
If ultra modern and high spec is your thing, or you love the idea of living in a hotel and the service that goes with it, then Pan Peninsula is the development for you. For those that do use public transport, then South Quay DLR is downstairs, but most will be walking to work in Canary Wharf or grabbing an Uber or limo. On the higher floors, the views of the surrounding area are pretty breathtaking.
Sales values in Pan Peninsula
Studios from £350,000
1 bedroom apartments from £475,000
2 bedroom apartments from £650,000
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Rental values in Pan Peninsula
Studios from £335 per week
1 bedroom apartments from £400 per week
2 bedroom apartments from £550 per week
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As with all property prices, there are exceptions, and with Pan Pen in particular, the higher the floor the higher the price.