First-time buyer homes on the market at Wardian London

The first of 136 affordable homes at Wardian London, one of eight new landmark developments at Canary Wharf, have just gone on sale. The two-tower development on Marsh Wall, one standing 600 ft high, the other 558 ft, forms a vertical village of 624 homes; and, while the penthouse apartments have price tags as tall as their heights, a shared-ownership scheme means a quarter-share of an apartment can be had for as little as £150,250. Each has an open-plan layout, floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of the views, and a private wraparound corner terrace or a balcony. The entire scheme has a botanical theme with a double-height lobby filled with exotic plants, flowers and trees. There are also glamorous greenhouse-style pocket gardens throughout the buildings, which developer EcoWorld Ballymore says were inspired by the glasshouses of Kew Gardens

B Daily (11/08/2020)  

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