A New Era of London Living
The place to work hard and play hard.
The City of London - typically referred to as 'The City' or the 'Square Mile' - along with Canary Wharf, is the centre of trade and finance in the capital. To accommodate the high calibre of city executives that congregate in the area, a number of lavish bars and grand restaurants such as the Duck & Waffle and Sushi Samba take precedence.
For those that prefer a more relaxed vibe, nearby Shoreditch offers an urban shabby-chic appeal. Located just north of the City, Shoreditch is the epitome of urban cool; packed with trendy cocktail bars, gastro eateries, cultural delights, and quirky markets.
Residents of Harbour Central will be able to hop on Canary Wharf DLR and arrive in the City (Bank) in just 11 minutes.
The ultimate art and creative scene.
London’s South Bank is well-known for its eclectic art scene and thriving street culture. From lively street performers and cutting-edge art galleries such as the Tate Modern and South Bank Centre to landmarks like Shakespeare’s Globe and The London Eye, this is an area alongside the Thames with something for everyone.
Every few feet there is something new to enjoy, from street performers and art exhibits to vintage book sales and diverse festivals. Whether you enjoy live music, alternative theatre, classic art or exotic cuisine; you will find something to suit your taste.
The South Bank’s nearest Tube station is Waterloo and can be reached from Canary Wharf via the Jubilee line in just 16 minutes.
The most recognisable part of London.
London's West End is famous for its fantastic range of theatres, tourist attractions, hotels and world-class shopping. Leicester Square and Covent Garden are synonymous with first-class entertainment; hosting an array of theatres, restaurants and bars - perfect for catching your favourite West End show coupled with a pre-theatre dinner or cocktail.
The West End is London’s original shopper’s paradise, and the iconic Selfridges and flagship stores of British retail institutions can be found here, whilst neighbouring Bond Street and Regent Street offer unrivalled luxury with a wealth of exclusive and high-end brands.
The dazzling Oxford Street can be reached from Canary Wharf in just over 20 minutes via the DLR and Tube.