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Phoenix Heights, also known as 4 Mastmaker Road is a residential development on the Isle of Dogs, E14. Lauded by the architects and the architectural press, Piers Gough described the development as 'humanist architecture… a raw funky collage'.
Phoenix Heights has won various awards including 2010 RIAI award for 'Best Overseas Project'. An Evening Standard Award for 'Best New Development in the Affordable Homes Sector', Best Residential Building of the Year at the 2010 Leaf Awards and was also shortlisted for 'Best New Place to Live' at the 2009 RTPI London Planning Awards.
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Seacon Wharf is a residential development standing on the banks of the Thames at Westferry Road on the Isle of Dogs, close to the Canary Wharf business district. Comprising two blocks, Naxos Building and Seacon Tower, Seacon Wharf was developed by St James’ Homes and completed in 2004.
The two towers provide almost 300 apartments ranging from studio to one, two and three bedroom apartments, plus penthouses. The majority of apartments benefit from a river view, with the best situated apartments offering unparalleled and uninterrupted views of the London city skyline.
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Moving house is a very exciting time, starting a new chapter and all that, but it can also be quite stressful if you’re not organised.
So here are some useful advices for tenants to consider before starting your property search. Things that should make your search as simple and stress free as possible…. maybe even enjoyable!
Location, Location, Location
Firstly, decide what area you want to live in.
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St Davids square, also known as Lockes Wharf, is a large riverside residential development located on the Isle of Dogs, E14.
Residents benefit from the development’s own leisure complex, comprising a swimming pool, snooker and pool tables and a gym, whilst it also features two landscaped gardens and a water garden.
The site on which St Davids Square stands is steeped in history.
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Ontario Tower is a luxury high-rise residential development in Blackwall, close to Canary Wharf in E14 London area. The 29-storey project was completed in the Autumn of 2007 and is a distinct landmark of the London skyline, with its brave architectural cut-away at the top of the which faces the river Thames.
Comprising 260 apartments and 6 penthouses, accommodation is beautifully equipped with floor to ceiling glass and at night the building is lit by a distinctive blue-neon light which curves around the top of the building.