East London’s new affordable housing development is now available to rent offering modern apartments in the heart of Canary Wharf. Set within three buildings in the desirable Harbord Square, the collection of discounted market rent high quality homes comprises a mix of studios up to 3 bedrooms, set in the waterside community of Wood Wharf, the new neighbourhood of Canary Wharf.
30 Harbord Square offers 176 apartments at discount market rent whilst 50 Harbord Square and 65 Harbord Square offer an additional 143 apartments, both available to those on the Tower Hamlets Housing Register and offered for rent at Tower Hamlets Standard Rents.
Designed by renowned architects Allies & Morrison, 30 Harbord Square is set across 27 residential floors; with close attention to architectural detail each home is complete with a balcony which offers extraordinary views spanning Greenwich and the Thames barrier.
Leading urban architects Patel Taylor has designed 50 and 65 Harbord Square, of which 10% of homes have been designed with accessibility in mind. The development also offers 13 accessible parking spaces on site. Tenancies for 50 and 65 Harbord Square are managed by Pinnacle Group on behalf of Canary Wharf Communities, set up by CWG to own and operate the affordable portfolio buildings on the Canary Wharf estate.
First occupations started at 50 and 65 Harbord Square in June while the first tenants at 30 Harbord Square moved in from July.
Encapsulating a genuine slice of Canary Wharf life at an affordable level, residents can enjoy the many perks of living in the heart of East London’s bustling wharf area with access to the neighbourhood’s generous offering of shops, restaurants, and leisure facilities.
Wood Wharf has been designed to create a sustainable waterside community that complements the existing Canary Wharf estate, comprising up to 3,600 new homes as well as 350,000 sq. ft. of retail with spacious high streets and boutique arcades, an NHS medical centre and primary school. In addition, over nine acres of public spaces, squares and parks, including an impressive riverside boardwalk bringing a sense of calm to the district. For residents looking to use bicycles to travel across the Estate and wider city, there are over 2,000 bike racks and storage cages on Wood Wharf.
Rents at 30 Harbord Square ranges between £269 per week (£1,165 pcm) and £323 per week (£1399 pcm), and Tower Hamlets Council sets the rents for 50 and 65 Harbord Square.
For more information on the properties available at 30 Harbord Square, visit www.group.canarywharf.com or call 020 7418 2909. For 50 and 65 Harbord Square, applicants should apply via the Common Housing Register.
For further information, please contact:
Canary Wharf Group plc
T: 020 7418 2166