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Canary Wharf is at the beating heart of global business. Canary Wharf’s existing 97 acres are made up of a number of different districts, each with its own distinct character — from the relaxed waterside setting of Wood Wharf, to the high-rises surrounding Canada Square Park.

More than 120,000 people, from all over the globe, flock here to work and it’s not hard to see why.

Leasing opportunities

7.5 million
sq ft of office space
30
office buildings
120000+
Daily working population
5 million
sq ft of office space in the development pipeline

Our Office Districts

Bank Street

Jubilee Park, designed by Willerby Landscapes, sits in the centre of the Bank Street district. The park is a tranquil and beautiful space and home to Helaine Blumenfeld’s Fortuna. Various outdoor exhibitions and events also take place in the park throughout the year.

The Jubilee Line station and Jubilee Place shopping mall are located beneath the park — the mall includes a contemporary mix of premium and high-end fashion, food and homeware brands alongside a selection of food and service providers.

Bank

One & Five Bank Street

546,538 sq ft, 27 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2020
Societe Generale

20 Bank Street

546,538 sq ft, 13 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
Morgan Stanley

25 Bank Street

1,023,293 sq ft, 31 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
JP Morgan

40 Bank Street

605,687 sq ft, 32 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2003
Multi-tenanted

Available space

50 Bank Street

211,637 sq ft, 11 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2002
The Northern Trust Comany

10 Upper Bank Street

1,021,898 sq ft, 32 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2003
Clifford Chance / TOTAL / Deutsche Bank / Infosys / Mastercard

Cabot Square

Cabot Square is one of Canary Wharf’s central squares. It is home to the Cabot Square fountain and several works of art including Henry Moore’s ‘Draped Seated Woman’ and Lynn Chadwick’s ‘Couple on Seat’.

In the summer months, visitors to the square can enjoy seasonal pop-ups at Ibérica La Terraza and Brera on the Square.

Cabot

One Cabot Square

540,026 sq ft, 21 storeys
Pei Cobb Freed & Partners , 1991
Credit Suisse

10 Cabot Square / 5 North Colonnade

616,437 sq ft, 12 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991
Barclays Capital / WPP

20 Cabot Square / 10 South Colonnade

535,834 sq ft, 10 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 1991
Cabinet Office / The Economist

25 Cabot Square

448,484 sq ft, 13 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991
Morgan Stanley

25 North Colonnade

363,218 sq ft, 11 storeys
Troughton McAslan, 1991

30 South Colonnade

282,736 sq ft, 13 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 1991

Canada Square

At the heart of Canary Wharf sits Canada Square Park, a beautiful, landscaped open space surrounded by some of the high-rise buildings that have come to define the Canary Wharf skyline.

The park is home to an extensive selection of events in the summer months that encompass dance, film, music, sport and theatre.

Restaurant, The Ivy in the Park, is the latest permanent addition to the square, alongside a seasonal pop-up bar.

One Canada Square at the west end of the park is recognised as a London landmark.

Canada

One Canada Square

1,200,715 sq ft, 50 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 1991
Multi-tenanted

Available space

5 Canada Square

512,911 sq ft, 15 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill  LLP, 2002
Bank of America / Credit Suisse / Thomson Reuters

8 Canada Square

1,110,264 sq ft, 43 storeys
Fosters + Partners, 2002
HSBC

15 Canada Square

434,988 sq ft, 14 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2002
KPMG

20 Canada Square

539,301 sq ft, 12 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
BP / S&P Global

25 Canada Square

1,198,974 sq ft, 43 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2002
Multi-tenanted

33 Canada Square

562,745 sq ft, 17 storeys
Foster + Partners, 1999
Citi

30 North Colonnade

355,946 sq ft, 20 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2009
Fitch Ratings / IBM / KMPG

Churchill Place

At the east end of the Estate is Churchill Place, it is home to the global headquarters of Barclays Bank, EY and State Street.

In the centre of the district sits Churchill Place, a smaller shopping mall that includes a library, cafés, two restaurants and a selection of service providers.

Churchill

One Churchill Place

1,038,538 sq ft, 32 storeys
HOK International, 2004
Barclays

5 Churchill Place

313,589 sq ft, 12 storeys
HOK International, 2009
American Express / Balfour Beatty / Time Inc.

20 Churchill Place

362,093 sq ft, 13 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2008
State Street

25 / 30 Churchill Place

558,266 sq ft, 21 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2014
EY

Westferry Circus & Columbus Courtyard

The west end of the Estate is where Canary Wharf meets the river Thames. Here, the Thames Clippers river bus leaves from the pier, providing services to Westminster, Battersea, Putney and Woolwich Arsenal.

The area includes various pieces of public art from renowned sculptors such as Igor Mitoraj alongside more conceptual works.

The gardens of Westferry Circus are beautifully landscaped and provide a tranquil counterpoint to the bustle of Canary Wharf.

Westferry

One Westferry Circus

218,910 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1992
Multi-tenanted

7 Westferry Circus (The Columbus Building)

159,308 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991 (refurbished 2016)
Multi-tenanted

Available space

11 Westferry Circus

142,000 sq ft, 8 storeys
Koetter Kim & Associates, 1992
Multi-tenanted

15 Westferry Circus

171,329 sq ft, 9 storeys
Terry Farrell & Partners, 2001
Morgan Stanley / TfL

17 Columbus Courtyard

199.532 sq ft, 8 storeys
Gensler & Associates, 1999
Credit Suisse

20 Columbus Courtyard

369,600 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, 1999
Credit Suisse

Wood Wharf

For the last three decades, Canary Wharf has been a thriving centre of business and culture that has shifted London’s centre of gravity east and set new standards for urban spaces. And now the most exciting evolution in the Estate’s history has begun – the creation of the new district, Wood Wharf.

Wood Wharf will be unlike anything London has seen before, bringing together the buzz of city life, with the tranquil atmosphere of waterside living. Lively high streets, intimate boutique arcades and acres of boardwalks, plazas and parks will combine to create a place where individuals and families can live and work, relax and play.

See more of our offices

Wood

15 Water Street

178,242 sq ft,
Allies and Morrison,

20 Water Street

239,014 sq ft,
Allies and Morrison

Available space

One Brannan Street (CGI)

359,781 sq ft,
Grimshaw Architects

One Union Square, The Market Building (CGI)

226,687 sq ft,
Pilbrow & Partners

7 Charter Street, Frameworks (CGI)

243,955 sq ft,
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Bank Street

Bank Street

Jubilee Park, designed by Willerby Landscapes, sits in the centre of the Bank Street district. The park is a tranquil and beautiful space and home to Helaine Blumenfeld’s Fortuna. Various outdoor exhibitions and events also take place in the park throughout the year.

The Jubilee Line station and Jubilee Place shopping mall are located beneath the park — the mall includes a contemporary mix of premium and high-end fashion, food and homeware brands alongside a selection of food and service providers.

Bank

One & Five Bank Street

546,538 sq ft, 27 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2020
Societe Generale

20 Bank Street

546,538 sq ft, 13 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
Morgan Stanley

25 Bank Street

1,023,293 sq ft, 31 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
JP Morgan

40 Bank Street

605,687 sq ft, 32 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2003
Multi-tenanted

Available space

50 Bank Street

211,637 sq ft, 11 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2002
The Northern Trust Comany

10 Upper Bank Street

1,021,898 sq ft, 32 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2003
Clifford Chance / TOTAL / Deutsche Bank / Infosys / Mastercard

Cabot Square

Cabot Square

Cabot Square is one of Canary Wharf’s central squares. It is home to the Cabot Square fountain and several works of art including Henry Moore’s ‘Draped Seated Woman’ and Lynn Chadwick’s ‘Couple on Seat’.

In the summer months, visitors to the square can enjoy seasonal pop-ups at Ibérica La Terraza and Brera on the Square.

Cabot

One Cabot Square

540,026 sq ft, 21 storeys
Pei Cobb Freed & Partners , 1991
Credit Suisse

10 Cabot Square / 5 North Colonnade

616,437 sq ft, 12 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991
Barclays Capital / WPP

20 Cabot Square / 10 South Colonnade

535,834 sq ft, 10 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 1991
Cabinet Office / The Economist

25 Cabot Square

448,484 sq ft, 13 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991
Morgan Stanley

25 North Colonnade

363,218 sq ft, 11 storeys
Troughton McAslan, 1991

30 South Colonnade

282,736 sq ft, 13 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 1991

Canada Square

Canada Square

At the heart of Canary Wharf sits Canada Square Park, a beautiful, landscaped open space surrounded by some of the high-rise buildings that have come to define the Canary Wharf skyline.

The park is home to an extensive selection of events in the summer months that encompass dance, film, music, sport and theatre.

Restaurant, The Ivy in the Park, is the latest permanent addition to the square, alongside a seasonal pop-up bar.

One Canada Square at the west end of the park is recognised as a London landmark.

Canada

One Canada Square

1,200,715 sq ft, 50 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 1991
Multi-tenanted

Available space

5 Canada Square

512,911 sq ft, 15 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill  LLP, 2002
Bank of America / Credit Suisse / Thomson Reuters

8 Canada Square

1,110,264 sq ft, 43 storeys
Fosters + Partners, 2002
HSBC

15 Canada Square

434,988 sq ft, 14 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2002
KPMG

20 Canada Square

539,301 sq ft, 12 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, 2003
BP / S&P Global

25 Canada Square

1,198,974 sq ft, 43 storeys
César Pelli & Associates, 2002
Multi-tenanted

33 Canada Square

562,745 sq ft, 17 storeys
Foster + Partners, 1999
Citi

30 North Colonnade

355,946 sq ft, 20 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2009
Fitch Ratings / IBM / KMPG

Churchill Place

Churchill Place

At the east end of the Estate is Churchill Place, it is home to the global headquarters of Barclays Bank, EY and State Street.

In the centre of the district sits Churchill Place, a smaller shopping mall that includes a library, cafés, two restaurants and a selection of service providers.

Churchill

One Churchill Place

1,038,538 sq ft, 32 storeys
HOK International, 2004
Barclays

5 Churchill Place

313,589 sq ft, 12 storeys
HOK International, 2009
American Express / Balfour Beatty / Time Inc.

20 Churchill Place

362,093 sq ft, 13 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2008
State Street

25 / 30 Churchill Place

558,266 sq ft, 21 storeys
Kohn Pedersen Fox, 2014
EY

Westferry Circus & Columbus Courtyard

Westferry Circus & Columbus Courtyard

The west end of the Estate is where Canary Wharf meets the river Thames. Here, the Thames Clippers river bus leaves from the pier, providing services to Westminster, Battersea, Putney and Woolwich Arsenal.

The area includes various pieces of public art from renowned sculptors such as Igor Mitoraj alongside more conceptual works.

The gardens of Westferry Circus are beautifully landscaped and provide a tranquil counterpoint to the bustle of Canary Wharf.

Westferry

One Westferry Circus

218,910 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1992
Multi-tenanted

7 Westferry Circus (The Columbus Building)

159,308 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, 1991 (refurbished 2016)
Multi-tenanted

Available space

11 Westferry Circus

142,000 sq ft, 8 storeys
Koetter Kim & Associates, 1992
Multi-tenanted

15 Westferry Circus

171,329 sq ft, 9 storeys
Terry Farrell & Partners, 2001
Morgan Stanley / TfL

17 Columbus Courtyard

199.532 sq ft, 8 storeys
Gensler & Associates, 1999
Credit Suisse

20 Columbus Courtyard

369,600 sq ft, 8 storeys
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, 1999
Credit Suisse

Wood Wharf

Wood Wharf

For the last three decades, Canary Wharf has been a thriving centre of business and culture that has shifted London’s centre of gravity east and set new standards for urban spaces. And now the most exciting evolution in the Estate’s history has begun – the creation of the new district, Wood Wharf.

Wood Wharf will be unlike anything London has seen before, bringing together the buzz of city life, with the tranquil atmosphere of waterside living. Lively high streets, intimate boutique arcades and acres of boardwalks, plazas and parks will combine to create a place where individuals and families can live and work, relax and play.

See more of our offices

Wood

15 Water Street

178,242 sq ft,
Allies and Morrison,

20 Water Street

239,014 sq ft,
Allies and Morrison

Available space

One Brannan Street (CGI)

359,781 sq ft,
Grimshaw Architects

One Union Square, The Market Building (CGI)

226,687 sq ft,
Pilbrow & Partners

7 Charter Street, Frameworks (CGI)

243,955 sq ft,
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Your Neighbours

See our list of office tenants

20 Canada Square

10 Upper Bank Street

25 Churchill Place

10 South Colonnade

7 Westferry Circus

One Canada Square