Modern City Living at Harbour Central
Canary Wharf is a gleaming hub of international trade and commerce.
Historically, Canary Wharf was part of the West India Docks, the world’s largest port. Today this district is a blend of heritage and modernity, further enhanced by the huge investment and excitement generated by the Olympic Games, held a stone’s throw away in Stratford.
This area may be best known as a business district and with a workforce of over 90,000, the headquarters of numerous financial institutions, and the iconic One Canada Square, it is easy to see why.
In recent years many more homes, restaurants, shops and bars have sprung up here as city professionals and families alike, look to reduce their commute time whilst maintaining a high-end residence in an evolving modern community.
Harbour Central is within close proximity of many cultural hotspots.
One of the capital’s hidden gems is the Museum of London Docklands, chronicling the history of the port. Set in a Georgian sugar warehouse, residents of Harbour Central can take a short walk to this respected museum and find out more about the history of E14.
Alternatively, for art-lovers, the South Bank Centre and Tate Modern are only 20 minutes’ away via the Jubilee line from Canary Wharf. Both display cutting-edge exhibits and hosting various lectures and seminars.
London’s West End offers a fantastic array of musicals, plays and comedy clubs, and is a lot closer to the Docklands than you might think! The theatrical charm of this district of London is around 25 minutes’ via the DLR and Tube from Canary Wharf.
There are plenty of fun and relaxing options on offer in E14.
From elegant cuisine in numerous sophisticated restaurants, such as Roka and Plateau, to people-watching from riverside cafes, and from cosy, traditional pubs to ultra-chic cocktail bars; life in E14 is guaranteed to offer something for everyone.
For some respite from city life, residents of Harbour Central can visit nearby Mudchute Park & Farm – London’s largest city farm – for a chance to get back to nature.
Only two stops from South Quays DLR station, visitors will be amazed that a green space of this size resides here. This is a world away from the city and the farm has an array of animals in well-kept, spacious surroundings.