The first homes on the Canary Wharf estate are set to go on sale.
From July 9 UK-based buyers will be able to snap up 345 apartments at 10 Park Drive, with prices starting at £395,000.
The development, which will include 74 studios, 115 one-bedroom apartments, 141 two-bedroom apartments and 15 three-bedroom apartments, is expected to be complete by 2019.
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10 Park Drive – designed by Stanton Williams and Make – is the first phase of an extensive expansion of Canary Wharf, which will include 3,200 new homes, shops, restaurants and public spaces.
Residents at 10 Park Drive will get automatic membership of a new health and fitness club in the building, which will include a swimming pool, a state-of-the-art gym and exercise area, a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and a studio for regular pilates, stretch, yoga and related fitness classes.
CWG’s chief administrative officer Camille Waxer said: “Our forthcoming new residential address, 10 Park Drive, will add an exciting level of dynamism and energy to the Canary Wharf estate, illustrating the strength of our culture, and complementing our established, yet diverse lifestyle offering.
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“Canary Wharf is home to some of London’s most desirable shops, roof gardens and has a rich heritage of arts and events, which will not only provide a robust programme of activity within a secure environment, but will serve our new and future residents with probably the best transport links and waterside living in the capital, with exquisite views of London.”
Stanton Williams founding director Paul Williams said: “Canary Wharf is unquestionably a highly desirable place to live. It’s dynamic, by the water and there’s the convenience of living and working in the same place."
Make Architects director Katy Ghahremani said: “We are extremely proud to be involved in Canary Wharf’s first residential development.
“Canary Wharf Group has taken a thoughtful approach to how 10 Park Drive will create a truly mixed-use community and we are delighted to be a part of it.”
Construction work on the site began this year and the first phase is expected to complete in 2019.