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With innovative design at the core of the vision for Dock East, each of the apartments are uniquely considered for spacious and sophisticated living. The open plan design gives a sense of continuity throughout, enhancing the 2,000 sq ft. of space. Envisaged by Mayfair design studio Sixty3 London the interiors offer both elegance and practicality. So whether you’re sinking into your luxury sofa in the thoughtfully designed lounges or entertaining in the contemporary kitchens the focus is on both sophistication and comfort. Wide balconies offering 300sq ft of outdoor space complete these impressively envisaged apartments.
Designed for better living
Sink into your Scandinavian sofa and enjoy the mix of style and comfort in these thoughtfully designed lounges. Envisaged by Mayfair design studio Sixty3 London the interiors offer both elegance and practicality. The neutral colour scheme and oak flooring create a calming ambience while under floor heating and LED lighting adds to the sophistication.
The open plan design gives a sense of space and continuity with the dining areas flowing naturally from the kitchens. Oak flooring and a muted colour scheme provide an air of effortless chic.
On the doorstep of Canary Wharf but with a creative dockside identity all its own, the Isle of Dogs is an atmospheric and historic corner of London. Reimagined for a new generation, this vibrant and unique riverside neighbourhood is now home to DockEast, an innovative contemporary development at the heart of the renaissance.
Conceived through the principle that great design can bring better living, this groundbreaking development balances delicate urban style with rich Docklands heritage.
Consisting of 108 one and two bedroom apartments, each uniquely considered for spacious and sophisticated living, DockEast brings you the best of urban London in a community to be part of.
As the Isle of Dogs continues its creative renaissance, Dock East rises up to meet the changes. Looking out across Millwall Dock’s historic waters, the clean lined modernist building is the work of acclaimed London architects Chassay+Last. With impressive views of the docks and the vessels that still pass through here, these refined apartments make the most of their enviable position. Outside, the riverside walkway and landscaped gardens soften the modernist exterior, helping Dock East sit proudly and naturally in its riverside location.
Perhaps the perfect old East End local, The George is the place to go to really soak up the old neighbourhood atmosphere of the Isle of Dogs. But even here things are changing. On the menu you’ll find crispy squid with truffle and Parmesan fries alongside Maureen’s Pie & Mash, an East End institution ran by the same family for nearly 60 years. And remember it’s liquor never gravy.
East London’s street food scene has also well and truly arrived here. The latest chapter in the story of Street Feast, Giant Robot takes over a rooftop on a dockside footbridge with some of London’s best venders – from Black Bear Burger to the Thunderbird wing kings. Begin the night with rounds at one of the four bars with a 38 tap craft beer selection before moving on to the 360° Island Bar for cocktails. Over at West India Quay, Kerb houses residents like Hanok Korean BBQ and the classic Taiwanese lunchbox of Bian Dang.
At the Grade II listed pub The Gun open fires and river views from the terrace complement one of the best Sunday roasts in East London. Another popular dockside place is the curiously named Pepper Saint Iniod (Iniod stands for In Isle of Dogs), a small pub with mismatched furniture overlooking the tranquil waters of Millwall Dock. Try their modern European dishes like fivehour ox cheek and beef dripping potatoes.
Head to the docks and you’ll find renowned restaurants making the most of their waterside setting. In an elegant room with a buzzy atmosphere, Robatayaki specialists Roka will have you coming back for Northern Japanese small plates like Yaki Hotate (Scallop Skewers). A modern British restaurant with a great little oyster bar and cigar library, Boisdale is known for its jazz and blues nights (Jools Holland is Patron of Music here).
Canary Wharf. A 16 minute walk from Dock East, Canary Wharf Station is well serviced by the Jubilee line and the DLR. The new Crossrail Elizabeth Line will also be running through Canary Wharf, and is due to be open by early 2021.
Crossharbour. The closest station to DockEast, Crossharbour is just a 3 minute walk away and gives you easy access to many key local and wider areas.
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