The Wharf

Created by visionaries.
Defined by business.


People working in Canary Wharf


New homes to come to Canary Wharf in the next six years

  • Canary Wharf is one
  • of the most important and
  • fastest growing business
  • districts in London.


Renewable electricity


Minutes to Liverpool Street and 12 minutes to Bond Street with the Elizabeth Line.


Acres of landscaped parks, fountains, tree‑lined plazas and walkways


Sq ft and 3 floors at Third space, No.1 largest luxury gym in Europe

The Cabot

Business district

Local occupiers.
International impact.

120,000 people work in Canary Wharf. Unsurprisingly, its 300 shops and restaurants cater to the area’s many tastes; from big luxury names to independent stalls such as you can find at street food market KERB On The Quay.

Pizza Pilgrims

Pizza Pilgrims have just opened their largest pizzeria – with amazing outside terrace, bocce ball, Mario Kart, Pinball.

Tom’s Kitchen

The latest restaurant from celebrated chef Tom Aikens, serving “comfort food favourites in a relaxed and informal environment.”

Green commitments

Canary Wharf continues to build on its green commitments adding to its 20 acres of public parks as well as running on 100% renewable electricity and sending no waste to landfill.

Commercial gyms

Alongside Europe’s largest health club, Canary Wharf has 3.1 public gyms per square mile, making it the second most fitness centre dense place in London after Islington.

Canary Wharf
is changing

Not only one of the most important but fastest growing commercial areas in London, Canary Wharf’s western section is undergoing significant investment to fulfill an increasing demand for places to work and live.


This impressive 60-storey building by residential architects Horden Cherry Lee will offer 650 luxury apartments on Middle Dock adjacent to The Cabot.


North of The Cabot, this new addition to Canary Wharf’s skyline will include 861 apartments on West India Quay, making it the tallest residential tower in Western Europe.

New District

Phase 1 of construction has started at Canary Wharf’s New District on its edge. The old Wood Wharf site will include 5 million sq ft of new commercial and residential space.

Easy journey to work

Canary Wharf is served by excellent underground, DLR, bus, and road routes into the East End and the City.

The Cabot