Galliard Homes - Harbour Central, E14
The spectacular Harbour Central is a brand new development in London’s Docklands, comprising of five residential buildings and a leisure complex; this will be the height of luxury living and exclusivity just minutes from the booming financial centre of London - Canary Wharf.
The magnificent Maine Tower will offer 297 exquisite apartments, arranged over 41 storeys and promises breathtaking panoramic views from the upper floors. Designed as the impressive focal point of Harbour Central, this all-private tower is set to be a dramatic new landmark within E14.
In total, Harbour Central will offer an exemplary choice of 642 private apartments divided across five residential blocks. Once complete, the development will provide a vast range of highly-specified studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments along with eight exceptional penthouse apartments; whilst the leisure complex will include a “Resident’s Club” with a proposed library, concierge, gym and spa, business suites and cinema.
Residents of this extraordinary address will benefit from opulent reception foyers with interior designs by Nicola Fontanella of Argent Design, a comprehensive array of elite lifestyle facilities and will be located less than five minutes from the heart of Canary Wharf.
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Residents of Harbour Central will be placed to explore all that Canary Wharf has to offer. Situated in the centre of the West India Docks, Canary Wharf is the thriving centre of the London Docklands and has a fantastic array of shops, restaurants, bars and parks. A showcase of modern convenience, entertainment and style, Canary Wharf far exceeds its reputation as the financial centre of London. Encompassing over 97 acres of sky-high architecture, global headquarters and an advanced infra-structure to match, it is no wonder that the district has amassed one of the most prestigious lists of banks and financial institutions seen anywhere in the world.
Living in E14 is convenient with excellent transport links across the city. The Docklands are connected to Central London to the west and Stratford to the north by the fast Jubilee Underground Line. In addition fast riverboats provide a regular and scenic connection to central London piers. The Docklands Light Railway connects Canary Wharf to Stratford in the north, Greenwich and Lewisham in the south, Beckton and Woolwich in the east and the City of London in the west. Canary Wharf is set to benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2018, with an estimated 25 million passengers expected to use the station every year.