Property features One bedroom/one bathroom apartment 23rd floor (with lift access) 614 Sq. Ft. (approx.) Private balcony Fully-integrated Smeg kitchen appliances Colour video entryphone security Leisure complex with a ”Residents’Club“ 999 year lease Completion anticipated Q1 2019 Property description In addition to its expansive open-plan layout and private balcony access, this one bedroom apartment at Maine Tower will exceed expectations of prospective investors and owner/occupiers. Situated in one of the last great regeneration landmarks of the Docklands, Canary Wharf’s residential appeal is expanding at an incredible rate, elevating its status to match its supreme reputation as one of London’s leading business hubs. Residents can expect luxury and style beyond measure with this property, which is set to include features such as comfort cooling and programmable mood lighting within the living area and bedroom, and high-tech Smeg integrated appliances within the kitchen for added style and contemporary functionality. For unending entertainment, residents will also enjoy a bespoke entertainment unit within the living area, complete with a 40–50 ”LED TV and Sonos Play 1 wireless, multi-room speaker technology. The impressive Harbour Central will include five residential buildings and a six-storey leisure complex, and will be ideally situated less than five minutes from the heart of Canary Wharf — one of the two financial nerve centres in London. Once complete, this mixed-use development will provide a vast range of highly-specified properties and opulent reception foyers designed by Nicola Fontanella of Argent Design, whilst the leisure complex will include a ”Residents’Club“ with a proposed library, concierge, gym and spa, plus business suites and a cinema. Less than a few minutes’walk from both the South Quay and Canary Wharf DLR stations, residents of this development can easily commute to the City (Bank) in 10 minutes, head to Stratford in 17 minutes via the Jubilee line or visit the West End in (Oxford Circus) in 23 minutes via the DLR and Tube. Additionally, Canary Wharf will benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2018, with an estimated 25 million passengers expected to use the station every year.
New home – London, United Kingdom