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45-storey 'city in the sky' goes on show

PUBLISHED: 19:18 03 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:04 05 October 2010

Another 'crystal tower' for Canary Wharf planned

Another 'crystal tower' for Canary Wharf planned

A PUBLIC exhibition is being staged to show off the latest high rise tower earmarked for Canary Wharf. Both residents and office workers in the Isle of Dogs are being invited to see plans for a 'state of the art' office development at Park Place. The 45-storey office block will tower 600ft above East London

A PUBLIC exhibition is being staged to show off the latest high rise tower earmarked for Canary Wharf.

Both residents and office workers in the Isle of Dogs are being invited to see plans for a 'state of the art' office development at Park Place.

The 45-storey office building towering 600ft on East London's skyline will replace an old office block in the 'Westferry' gateway to the Canary Wharf estate.

Proposals include shops, restaurants and bars on the dock front and a 16th floor roof terrace.

A planning application is being made by Grattan Property Company to Tower Hamlets Council at the end of the month.

The exhibition opens this Friday (March 7) 7am to 9pm, at the Marriott Hotel in Westferry Quay, and Saturday 9am-1pm.

The exhibition moves to the Four Seasons Hotel nearby on Monday, 7am-9pm.

Members of the design team are on hand to answer questions.

Details are on the 'Park Place' website:

www.oneparkplace.co.uk.


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