Quite simply, tenants in Canary Wharf have never had it so good.

Not only has the amount of available rental stock in Canary Wharf increased, the quality has too.

Although not within the Canary Wharf Estate, the following developments have all completed within the last 12 months and are only a short walk into Canary Wharf itself and Canary Wharf station: Charrington Tower (previously known as Providence Tower), Horizons Tower, Talisman Tower and Duckman Tower. In these key Canary Wharf developments swimming pools and gyms are now the norm, and set a new benchmark for upcoming developments over the next few years.

However, don’t dismiss the older developments. Pan Peninsula (somewhat the ‘daddy’ in the area), Discovery Dock East & Discovery Dock West, Ability Place, Baltimore Wharf, Denison House, Trinity Tower, Cobalt Place and Canary Central are all modern developments in the Canary Wharf area with excellent internal specification and facilities.

Rental Prices in Canary Wharf

Unlike the sales market, the rental market doesn’t benefit from a centralised pricing database like the Land Registry.

However, we do have experience! So here’s some guide prices for property to rent in Canary Wharf.

Studio – from £300 per week

One bedroom – from £350 per week

Two bedrooms – from £450 per week

Three bedrooms - from £550 per week

But, as with anything in life, there’s always exceptions!


Rental Valuations for Canary wharf Landlords

If you have a property in Canary Wharf and would like to know how much your property could rent for, call or email Proper Local. We offer free rental valuations in Canary Wharf.

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