Enderby Wharf has been described as a “frontier development”, making up a significant part of the regeneration of Greenwich.
The scheme comprises 688 one, two and three-bedroom flats and penthouses, priced from around £425,000 up to about £800,000.
Homes in the latest phase, Cook House, will feature at least one balcony or terrace, providing both lighting and space as well as views of either Greenwich, Canary Wharf or towards The O2.
Many will also overlook the Thames, which runs right past the blocks.
Kuros Sarshar, from HLM Architects, said: “Enderby Wharf is a frontier development. It’s the very first of its kind in the area and plays a significant part in the redevelopment of Greenwich.”
Apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows with outdoor space and modern, open-plan living and dining interiors.
Kitchens from Nolte are equipped with AEG appliances and bathrooms and en suites have fixtures from Roca Gap in white and chrome, finished with tiled flooring.
According to Barratt London, the bedrooms are “stylish and comfortable with ample storage space” and can be reconfigured as work spaces if necessary.
Residents can also access a crèche, a 24-hour concierge service, an office, a skills and training centre, underground parking and private landscaped gardens,
Leisure facilities include a private residents’ fitness suite and play areas and a bar and restaurant in the refurbished, Grade II listed Enderby House.
The building was once the home of Samuel Enderby, a maritime entrepreneur and explorer who founded a shipping company in the 18th century.
There is a proposal to convert it into a cultural and social space.
North Greenwich Tube, Cutty Sark DLR and Maze Hill Overground station are within walking distance for access to Canary Wharf and the City.
The MBNA Thames Clippers makes serve Greenwich and North Greenwich piers for those who prefer aquatic transportation.
And, once completed, in 2018, the Elizabeth line will better connect Custom House and Canary Wharf to the rest of London, both of which are within striking distance.
Frequent flyers can get to London City Airport from the development in 18 minutes by DLR.
There’s also the proposed Enderby Wharf cruise liner terminal, which is likely to be located nearby after receiving planning permission in 2015.
However, it is currently the subject of a judicial review, with a decision expected soon.
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