The flashing tip of Canary Wharf’s tallest and most iconic tower, One Canada Square, feels within touching distance of Landmark Pinnacle. This is the heart of the Canary Wharf estate, best known as London’s modern financial district.
This is a location that has Landmark Pinnacle standing shoulder to shoulder with the towers that house the HQs of global banks. But it is also a location whose expanding array of lifestyle and leisure attractions, from restaurants and bars to gyms and crèches, are turning it into a highly prized residential address, with shopping malls, five-star hotels and river taxis within a stroll of your apartment.
The Wharf’s new phase of great expansion is leading to forecasts that its workforce will rise to 200,000 people over the medium term. But the area’s carefully curated development is ensuring that far from being a place purely for business, Canary Wharf is a dynamic, clean and safe place to live, work and socialise.