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For residents of New Providence Wharf (London Docklands Riverside Apartments) and also other residents in the development. e.g. Ontario Tower, Michigan Building, Boardwalk Place etc.
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Baltimore Tower, also known as Arena Tower, is a residential skyscraper currently under construction at the Isle of Dogs, London. The building is located on a site that was previously the location of the London Arena.Planning applicationBallymore London Arena Ltd applied for an amended planning application to Tower Hamlets in 2008.
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Phoenix HeightsDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information 4 Mastmaker Road and Byng Street London, E14 9
Phoenix Heights, also known as 4 Mastmaker Road, is a mixed tenure residential development in the Docklands area of London, near to South Quay DLR station and Canary Wharf. It forms a social housing commitment developed as part of the nearby Pan Peninsula project.DesignPhoenix Heights consists of 199 mixed tenure homes with integral community areas significantly having a high proportion of family homes with access to outdoor space in such a high density location.The development varies in height from 3 to 23 storeys negotiating an abrupt shift in urban scale from the Barkantine Estate to the West with the emerging Millennium Quarter to the East. Family sized units are located at the base of the building having direct access to rear gardens, a playground and communal courtyard areas. Smaller sized units are located higher up in the towers enjoying views across London from roof terraces and balconies. A community space was designed as an integral part of the project and incorporates a rooftop sports pitch. The development makes use of a local 'Combined Heat and Power' system and includes greenwalls, bird boxes, bat boxes, insect bricks and biodiversity roofs to help develop local eco-systems. The distinctive skyline and elevations of the building include coloured fibre cement cladding panels, large overhanging canopies and projecting balconies which contrast with the restrained aesthetic of Canary Wharf. Piers Gough described the development as 'humanist architecture of raw funky collage'.
South Quay Plaza is a residential-led scheme for the Isle of Dogs, London, within the borough of Tower Hamlets developed by Berkeley and designed by architect firm Foster + Partners.The site of the development lies to the immediate north of Marsh Wall and to the immediate south of the financial district Canary Wharf.The development includes three towers, the tallest of which will reach a height of 214.5 m (721 ft) making it the fourth tallest residential skyscraper currently proposed for the United Kingdom. There will also be new public and retail space, cafés and restaurants as part of the scheme.The new development will replace three buildings on the site which were built in the 1980s currently used for offices and retail. Construction is due to begin in October 2016 after the demolition of the current buildings on the site.Design and developmentIn April 2014, Berkeley obtained the South Quay Plaza buildings and site. They had already developed plans in 2013 for two residential buildings of 73 and 36 storeys. However, the taller of the two buildings was considered too tall for the area. As a result, it was reduced in height to 68 floors and 214.5 m (721 ft). The smaller building remained unchanged at 115.2 m (378 ft) tall.Planning permission was granted for the development by councillors at Tower Hamlets Council in November 2014. In April 2015, the scheme received approval from the then London Mayor Boris Johnson meaning the development could go ahead.
Situated in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf business district, Fraser Place offers newly refurbished serviced apartments surrounded by a stunning skyline. Apartments have modern and contemporary interiors with kitchens and lounge areas. Free WiFi is available throughout.
Residents are just a 5-minute walk to quality shops, a wide choice of restaurants, and popular cafe-bars. Canary Wharf Tube Station is only 0.5 miles away, linking guests to the rest of London.
Each stylish apartment has an elegant open-plan lounge/dining area, many with floor-to-ceiling windows looking across the business district or the Marina. Some of the spacious bedrooms have a balcony also offering views over the Millenium Dome and/or Canary wharf.
A large fitted kitchen allows guests to prepare meals and enjoy them together in the dining area. There is an oven, hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Reception is open 24/7 and offers concierge services. Guest can make full use of the business centre, small Gym and private car parking.
The cafe at Fraser Place offers a continental breakfast, snacks and drinks for guests not wishing to cook, all overlooking the marina.
The New Providence Wharf is a residential development in London's Docklands, at the north end of the Blackwall Tunnel. It was designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and is being developed by Ballymore, a property development company.It consists of a crescent-shaped block along Fairmont Avenue and Yabsley Street, plus two taller buildings and one small building. The Ontario Tower and Michigan Building have already been built and the taller Providence Tower is currently in construction and is due for completion in early 2016. Residents can use some of the facilities of the adjacent Radisson Edwardian hotel.
The Ontario Tower is a luxury high-rise residential development in Blackwall in the London Docklands.It was built by Ballymore as part of a wider scheme in New Providence Wharf to provide new executive housing to meet changing demand in the Docklands area. 'Ontario' was designed by the architects who created landmarks such as Chicago's Willis Tower. The Ontario Tower is a distinct landmark of the London Skyline with its blue LED rimmed elliptical profile. The 29-storey project was completed in autumn 2007, and was the tallest building in London solely designed for executive residential use, at 104 metres tall until Ballymore completed the Pan Peninsula development in Canary Wharf.It is expected to be joined by a much taller neighbour (Providence Tower) on an adjacent site.