The Height of Luxury Living in the London Docklands
Harbour Central is set to be a spectacular, brand new development on the Isle of Dogs.
This impressive development will include five residential buildings and a leisure complex, and will be situated less than 10 minutes from the heart of Canary Wharf, one of the two financial nerve centres of London.
The focal point of Harbour Central will be the magnificent, 41-storey Maine Tower, set to be a dramatic new landmark within E14 and promising dazzling panoramic views from the upper floors.
In total, Harbour Central will offer an exemplary choice of 642 private apartments, providing a range of highly-specified studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments along with eight penthouse apartments.
Residents can expect opulent reception foyers with interior designs by Nicola Fontanella of Argent Design and a comprehensive array of elite lifestyle facilities; with the leisure complex set to include a “Resident’s Club” with a proposed library, concierge, gym and spa, business suites and cinema.
Catering for every need, the London Docklands has become a residential location in its own right.
East London’s E14 may be most famous for the booming business district of Canary Wharf but this area offers more than just power lunches and high-rise buildings.
This is an area with a long maritime history and this is reflected today in its relaxed atmosphere and collection of casual pubs with fascinating histories, cosy cafés and charming townhouses.
Situated in the centre of the West India Docks, Canary Wharf is the thriving centre of the London Docklands and has a vast array of shops, restaurants, bars and parks.
A showcase of modern convenience and style, Canary Wharf surpasses the expectations of a typical nine-to-five district. With four shopping centres, plenty of restaurants and bars, and a charming character; residents of Harbour Central will be well-placed to explore all that E14 has to offer. View all flats for sale in Canary Wharf.
Harbour Central will be close to an array of transport links, including the arrival of Crossrail.
Less than a 10 minute walk from both South Quay and Canary Wharf DLR stations, residents of this development can easily commute to various key parts of the city.
From Canary Wharf, residents can head to Stratford in 11 minutes via the Jubilee line for Westfield Shopping Centre, or journey to Bond Street in the West End in a mere 15 minutes.
For those who prefer the scenic route, Thames Clippers provide regular and fast connections to key commuter hubs, including Canary Wharf, Tower Hill, London Bridge, Greenwich, Embankment and Waterloo.
Canary Wharf will benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2018; the new high-frequency, high-capacity railway for London and the South East. From improving journey times across London to easing congestion, Crossrail will change the way people travel around the city.