Balconies / terraces
Car parking and cycle store
Interiordesigned entrance lobby
Lifts/communal hall ways
Security and peace of mind
Three new buildings rise above the meeting point of the River Lea, Bow Creek and the Limehouse Cut. The architecture reflects the industrial heritage of this conservation area.
Traditional red brick façades and pitched roofs echo the historic wharves and warehouses of the east London context. Every aspect of Three Waters has been designed to make the most of the waterfront location. The raised garden, the roof terrace, the private balconies, even the three buildings themselves; each element is cleverly arranged to offer you farreaching views of the water and the City.
We’ve crafted communal spaces to help your life flow smoothly. It’s a stunning space, designed as a welcome home for you and a wow moment for your guests.
We’ve designed the tiling and shelving to align perfectly. Clever storage means you can hide your products away, but keep them close at hand.
Inspired by where the three waters of Bow Creek, the River Lea and the Limehouse Cut meet in the heart of east London - our Three Waters development sits within the city’s fastest growing area, offering waterside living with a metropolitan context. In partnership with Peabody, Three Waters offers zone 2 living with zone 1 journey times. From there you can be in The City or Canary Wharf in fifteen minutes, or at London City Airport in less than twenty by car.
The homes give you cityscapes with headspace – a raised garden, roof terrace and generous private balconies offer views of The City, and with Bow Creek, the River Lea and the Limehouse Cut surrounding this development, you’ll enjoy triple the tranquility of waterside living.
Three waters homes
We’ve made considered design decisions to help you, your family and your tenants thrive at Tree Waters:
Transport for London are upgrading Bromley-by-Bow station, the state-of-the-art Elizabeth line will open at Stratford, and the emerging “East Bank” is a new magnet for investment, drawing world-famous cultural and education brands like the BBC, Sadler’s Wells, the V&A and University College London to the Bow Creek area.Disclaimer
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