Providing new homes and a new way of life
Tall buildings bring a new way to work, play and live in Canary Wharf and beyond. They provide much-needed commercial hubs such as Canary Wharf itself. Not only that but the buildings set for completion in the coming years are set to provide up to 110,000 new homes to London.
The London housing market is in the midst of a supply and demand problem, and tall buildings bring an alternative way of life. Indeed, with the luxuries that they offer to the people that work and live in them, they are almost like a city within a city. Many of them have green spaces, top of the range gyms, swimming pools, concierge. They bring a lifestyle never before seen as the norm for many people.
Some luxury high rise towers in E14 are even offering a cocktail bar, spa and outdoor dining terraces to their residents. When it comes to luxury living, Canary Wharf has it all and it is definitely worth a look.
The London skyline is changing
Gone are most of the industrial wastelands and rows of council terraces that used to dominate a huge portion of the city. Times are changing and alongside this comes the need for a change to living and working space. As the city starts to reach capacity from a floor-space point of view the only way really is up. And trust us when we say, the views from up there truly are spectacular.
London currently has 76 skyscrapers set to complete in 2019. Most of these buildings will have between twenty and twenty-nine floors. Some will have an impressive floor count of at least thirty, while one of the buildings due for completion this year earns it’s name as a skyscraper with an astonishing 75 stories.
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