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Even for those that don’t know the Canary Wharf area that well, if you’ve travelled through you’re sure to have noticed Ability Place with its distinctive blue, yellow and red chequerboard exterior. Ranging from 14 to 22 storeys in height and built in U-shape, Ability Place stands on the westerly edge of Millwall Dock at Millharbour.
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Dollar Bay is developer Mount Anvil’s latest scheme and their first foray into development in the Canary Wharf area, having previously developed mostly, and very successfully, in Central London and the City fringe.
Located at Lawn House Close on the eastern corner of South Dock, Dollar Bay residents will benefit from a 24 hour concierge, landscaped garden and a lounge. We particularly like the fact that the gymnasium looks over the dock, rather than being hidden away in a basement somewhere.
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Firstly, Horizons Tower at 1 Yabsley Street is not to be confused with the similarly named Horizon Building which is also located in E14, on Hertsmere Road.
Horizons is currently mid completion with the first apartments having completed in August.
Located on the banks of the Thames, this riverside development comprises 131 apartments over 25 floors. Horizons Tower’s facilities include a 24 hour concierge, gymnasium and bike store, whilst some apartments further benefit from a secure underground parking space.
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We think it’s fair to say that Galliard’s upcoming Baltimore Tower has prompted more discussion on architectural design than any other recent development in the Canary Wharf area. Baltimore Tower is due for completion towards the very end of 2016, with most units completing in 2017.
Now is the right time to start thinking about renting in Baltimore Tower, getting advice from your letting agent whether you are a landlord in Baltimore Tower, or are looking for properties to rent in Baltimore Tower.
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Pan Peninsula, South Quay E14.
Sought after? Yes.
These are quite 'estate agenty' words aren't they? Perhaps too estate agenty for us, as true as they are.
We like to think of Pan Peninsula (or indeed 'Pan Pen') as 'the daddy'.