£6.5 / Square Foot / Year
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London Dock by St George, situated in the heart of Wapping, just moments from Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, St Katharine Docks and the City. This exciting new destination, a thriving new cultural quarter, featuring a magnificent choreographed central water feature and the finest selection of high quality new homes.
- 1,800 high quality new homes in the heart of Wapping
- City location in close proximity to key London landmarks
- Nearby Zone 1 transport links
- 7.5 acres of landscaped open space
- Luxury spa and gym facilities
- 180,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
Wapping Overground Station
Liverpool Street Station
Surrounded by a rewarding mix of modern style and iconic history, London Dock is situated in the heart of the capital, moments from Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, St Katharine Docks and the City.
With a number of London underground and Docklands Light Railway stations within walking distance, London Dock offers quick and easy access to London's main financial centres of the City and Canary Wharf, as well as the exciting cultural and creative neighbourhoods of Shoreditch, Whitechapel and Bermondsey.
Wapping is a truly authentic destination, filled with independent cafés and restaurants, which has for hundreds of years been a vibrant part of London life. The Prospect of Whitby - London's oldest riverside pub - was popular with Charles Dickens, diarist Samuel Pepys and renowned artists Turner and Whistler. By the river, Hermitage Community Moorings attracts sailing barges, tugs and small boats, keeping alive Wapping's river heritage.
Wilton's is the world's oldest surviving Grand Music Hall and London’s best kept secret. This stunning and atmospheric building hosts an exciting programme of entertainment including theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret.
Primary and Secondary Schools
Westminster School ；Westminster Under ；City of London School for Girls ；City of London School ；Charter house Square；Eton Square School
Sir John Cass’s Foundation Primary School；Sir William Burrough Primary School；Central Foundation Boys’ School
London School of Economics and Political Science
University College of London
Central Saint Martins
In architectural design and interior decoration, the Port of London blends modern and classic. It not only retains the style and characteristics of the local architectural heritage, but also cleverly combines traditional classic elements with modern architecture. All the interiors are luxuriously decorated, elegant and elegant. The open kitchen and appliances are all high-end luxury brands, showing the high-end of the residents.