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Canary Wharf: the story of the skyline

12.08.2016

You might be forgiven for thinking that cranes were a permanent part of the Canary Wharf skyline, as the area continues to benefit from dynamic new developments in offices, hotels and residential towers.

The cranes are there for a purpose of course, creating longer lasting change in that skyline, and we’ve now seen the completion of the most striking developments in some time: Providence Tower by Ballymore and Baltimore Tower by Galliard Homes.

Baltimore Tower

Baltimore Tower is part of Galliard’s platinum collection that rises 450 feet. Residents will have direct access to the exclusive ‘The Club’ which comprises of the largest residential gym and leisure facilities in London. All apartments include a balcony which forms a ‘ring’ that shifts and steps by nominal degrees, creating a  flowing twist.

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Providence Tower

Providence Tower is one of the newest and tallest residential towers in London with an impressive 43 floors. Set in the New Providence Wharf development, which has received worldwide acclaim for being a grand mix of residential, hotel, retail and leisure development, Providence Tower is a fine example of peaceful living in a riverside development that is moments from the Canary Wharf estate . The 43rd floor has been reserved as a private sky garden for residents and their guests to enjoy 360 degree views of London.

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By Jaimie Beers

Jaimie Beers is managing director of Madley Property.