There are several amenities on-site which ensure Seacon Wharf is a popular place to live. The entire development is gated and offers secure parking, whilst a private residents health and fitness centre, 24-hour concierge as well as a resident’s library waiting area also feature.

Seacon Wharf is just a short walk from Canary Wharf and its increasingly impressive array of high-end shops, bars and restaurants. Canary Wharf Jubilee line links the area to central and west London, whilst the DLR provides swift access to Bank, City Airport and Stratford amongst many other local destinations.

Key Facts

Developer: St James Homes

Architects: CZWG

Nearest transport link: Canary Wharf Underground (Jubilee Line) and South Quay DLR

Why would I want to live in Seacon Wharf?

Location is key to Seacon Wharf’s desirability. Being just a short walk from the business district, and therefore work, is a great thing, but the Isle of Dogs has a lot going for it. Millwall Park and the Mudchute Park & Farm are close by and offer a relaxing respite from the cut and thrust of the corporate world.  

Rental values at Seacon Wharf

One bedroom apartments: from £350 per week

Two bedroom apartments: from £460 per week

Three bedroom apartments: from £580 per week

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