Architecturally unique & striking residential spaces
One Park Drive, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, is the signature building of the new district. Positioned at the head of the dock, it proudly represents everything that makes the new neighbourhood so special – a unique architectural achievement thoughtfully designed to be the very best in city and waterside living.
Designed by world-renowned architects Stanton Williams, 10 Park Drive, with its elegant simplicity, overlooks the docks on both its south and north elevations, connecting to the water with beautifully landscaped parks and gardens.
10 George Street
10 George Street rises 37 storeys above Canary Wharf’s new district, Wood Wharf. The balconies of its 327 apartments overlook waterside gardens and boardwalks below, while amenities include a gym, bar, private dining room and lounge, which opens out onto a large, south-facing terrace.
8 Water Street
With 174 apartments, 8 Water Street’s low-rise character makes you feel intimately connected with the water and green space below. Enjoying access to a landscaped private garden overlooking south dock and the quiet boardwalks and floating pavilions of Water Square, it also boasts an expansive roof terrace.
Wood Wharf is for Londoners with ambition. For people who want to get so much more out of where they work.
Thoughtfully designed offices primed for collaboration, balanced with a restful waterside setting and welcoming green space. A new piece of London where career and social life combine, thanks to carefully selected retail, dining and leisure.
The future of London happens here.
2 million sq ft of work space designed by the some of the world’s leading architects. 6 distinctly individual buildings designed by London’s cutting edge architects and comprising 2 million sq ft of thoughtfully curated workspaces for the people shaping the future of the world’s most exciting city.
2.6 million sq ft of residential space including over 4000 new homes offering the very best in city and waterside living.
If people are the fabric of a community, then amenities are the threads that stitch it together. From a new primary school to its own doctor’s surgery, Wood Wharf will have everything a community needs to flourish. Architecturally exceptional and distinct in design, the residential spaces are the very best in city and waterside living.
WINE, DINE, SHOP & RECHARGE
350,000 sq ft of hand-picked retailers and leisure space
A hotbed of culture, creativity and diversity, Wood Wharf is one of London’s latest mixed-use neighbourhoods – a place designed to collaborate, to innovate, and to embrace the future.
RIVERSIDE PARKLANDS & GARDENS
9 acres of interconnected boardwalks, squares and parks combine to create an oasis of urban green space
In today’s world of always-on, Wood Wharf promotes health and wellbeing with an abundance of outdoor spaces, waterside walkways and roof terraces to every workplace, in which to unplug, unwind and recharge.
Connected to all three of the newest lines on the network
The Elizabeth Line will connect Wood Wharf to Bond Street in just 13 minutes.
The Elizabeth Line will provide fast, direct links to the City, West End, Maidenhead and Heathrow to the west and Stratford, Shenfield, Woolwich and Abbey Wood to the east, increasing the catchment population by 1.5 million within one hour of Canary Wharf.
From 2021, with the opening of the Elizabeth Line service, Heathrow Airport will be within 39 minutes of Canary Wharf.Disclaimer
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Cain International and Starwood Capital Group have agreed to provide a £535 million loan to Canary Wharf Group for the next phase of development in its Wood Wharf residential scheme.
One of the largest loans in the UK in the past year, it will be split equally between Cain and Starwood Capital.
The Wood Wharf Phase 3 includes three towers and two buildings, comprising a total of 1,308 private Build-to-Rent homes, along with approximately 26,300 sq ft of commercial space. 295 of these homes will be designated as affordable housing.
Wood Wharf is part of Canary Wharf's broader transformation into a mixed-use neighbourhood that offers 24/7 living, working, shopping, and leisure facilities.
The overall Wood Wharf development is expected to include more than 3,600 new homes, extensive public spaces, a GP surgery, and a school, with an estimated completion timeline spanning from the end of 2025 to Q1 2027.
Graham Keable, Managing Director – Real Estate Debt at Cain International, commented: “This was an opportunity to deepen an existing relationship with an experienced sponsor while increasing our exposure to a market sector where we have comprehensive experience. Canary Wharf is a proven location for BTR schemes, with premium rental values, growing occupancy levels and substantial investment appetite despite market headwinds, and we look forward to supporting Canary Wharf Group in its ambition to deliver best-in-class homes in one of the UK capital’s most dynamic neighbourhoods.”
Harvey Sandhu, Vice President, Real Estate Debt, Starwood Capital, addded: “We are delighted to support Canary Wharf Group in this transaction. In recent years, Canary Wharf has become a vibrant, mixed-use destination and Wood Wharf Phase 3 will further enhance this transition. The financing builds on our strategy of supporting best-in-class sponsors in sectors with strong market fundamentals.”
Becky Worthington, CFO of Canary Wharf Group, added: “This financing agreement is a testament to the success of our residential offering at CWG and the strength of our lender relationships. We have more than 3,500 residents living at Canary Wharf today in award-winning buildings, with access to world-class amenities on the estate as well as incredible transport links.”
As part of this transaction, the asset is being transferred at full market value up the group structure out of the bond group, reducing development risk within Canary Wharf Group Investment Holdings plc.
Phase 3 of Wood Wharf will be delivered with a target Level 4 Code for Sustainable Homes across the private market properties, and BREEAM Excellent on the commercial space.
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