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First luxury homes at Isle of Dogs’ new South Quay Plaza go on the market for 2021

PUBLISHED: 15:15 15 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:21 19 February 2018

Computer aerial view from South Quay Plaza looking towards central London at dusk. Picture source: DBOX

Computer aerial view from South Quay Plaza looking towards central London at dusk. Picture source: DBOX

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Five new apartments have come onto the property market 57 floors up at Britain’s tallest residential scheme being built on the Isle of Dogs at Canary Wharf’s South Quay Plaza.

Balcony room with a view looking east... towards the O2, the Royal Docks and Thames estuary. Picture source: Berkeley HomesBalcony room with a view looking east... towards the O2, the Royal Docks and Thames estuary. Picture source: Berkeley Homes

But potential buyers for homes with an unrivalled view of London’s skyline will have to wait three years before they’re ready.

Completion is expected in 2021 with prices starting at £890,000.

The panoramic view from the 57th floor looking west towards central London takes in the whole of the City and West End.

It includes three iconic buildings on the skyline—the ‘Cheesegrater’, the ‘Gherkin’ and the ‘Walkie Talkie’ named for their unique architectural shapes. The ‘Shard’ on the southbank of London Bridge can also be seen.

Tallest tower in South Quay Plaza complex will reach 68 floors. Picture source: Berkeley HomesTallest tower in South Quay Plaza complex will reach 68 floors. Picture source: Berkeley Homes

The tallest tower in the Berkeley Homes development will reach 68 floors. The 888 residential properties take up a-million square feet, together with cafés, shops, restaurants and public open space.

The development also includes a 20m residents’ swimming pool designed to be level with the Thames.


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