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LEVEN WHARF PHASE II
LAUNCH IN OCTOBER 2017

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CONTEMPORARY CHIC

WITH CITY VIEWS

STUNNING APARTMENTS

FOR MODERN LIVING

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LEVEN WHARF OFFERS AN EXTRAORDINARY INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

The 0.5 hectare waterfront site is part of the important Poplar Riverside development zone, whose development has been boosted by its proximity to the city’s 2012 Olympic City Park. Combining excellent standards of design and construction, this new development has planning permission for a residentially-led, mixed-use scheme, comprising 96 one, two and three bedroom apartments plus commercial floorspace. A nine-storey Y shaped block overlooks a wide bend in the river to the north and the park to the south, with 300 square metres of commercial floorspace installed on the ground floor. A rare opportunity to invest in one of London’s most exciting waterside regeneration projects.

AN EXTRAORDINARY INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
RE-IMAGINING LEVEN WHARF

Under one kilometre north of the docklands and two kilometres east of the City, Leven Wharf is at the heart of a superbly positioned residential area. Business investment in the area is also making news with a £1billion regeneration planned for the Royal Albert Dock to create a hub for Asian businesses and a unique trading link between Europe and Asia.

Leven Wharf offers an extraordinary investment opportunity
LONDON CONNECTIONS

Leven Wharf is close to DLR and tube services at Canning Town and Langdon Park, All Saints and East India Quay stations.

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REVITALISING EAST LONDON
LEVEN WHARF IN LONDON’S EAST END IS PART OF THE CITY’S MOST FORWARD-LOOKING, LONG-TERM REGENERATION

 

During the 1980s, the re-imagining of the Docklands and the creation of London City Airport kickstarted the process; since then East London has received billions of pounds to create new homes, transport infrastructure and jobs – and attract further investment. The introduction of Crossrail at Custom House will give even greater flexibility and ease of travel to both central London and beyond.

LONDON CONNECTIONS
LEVEN WHARF IS CLOSE TO DLR AND TUBE SERVICES AT CANNING TOWN AND LANGDON PARK, ALL SAINTS AND EAST INDIA QUAY STATIONS

 

Each gives easy access to Canary Wharf, London City Airport, Stratford International for Eurostar services and Bank for the City; plus the new Crossrail service will run through Pudding Lane DLR station from 2019, taking you directly to Liverpool Street, Tottenham Court Road and London Heathrow.

RE-IMAGINING LEVEN WHARF
Business investment in the area is also making news with a £1billion regeneration planned for the Royal Albert Dock to create a hub for Asian businesses and a unique trading link between Europe and Asia

 

A £250 million regeneration programme is planned at Aberfeldy Village in Poplar and will create 1,174 new homes, new open spaces and landscaped areas, as well as healthcare facilities, retail outlets and community centre. It will also create new job opportunities both during construction and following completion.

INSPIRING SHOPPING
London’s retail scene is inspiring and varied.

 

Boutique or bargain, designer or department store, the city has Europe’s best shopping, with something for every pocket: the chain stores of Oxford Street to the grand houses of Bond Street; the markets of Camden Town, Spitalfields, Bermondsey and Covent Garden; the independent shops of the Newburgh Quarter and the art galleries of Mayfair.

Enquire now to be one of the first to know when Phase 2 of Leven Wharf is launched.