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Canary Wharf is at the heart of the reinvention of London’s Dockland, covering postcodes E14.
The centrepiece might be the offices of the international financial community in the Canary Wharf estate, but the residential developments that have popped up over the years had given the area an alternative lease of life.
There’s high demand from both private and corporate tenants looking to rent in Canary Wharf, as well as ever-growing interest from owner occupiers. With business hubs of London Bridge and Bankside on the doorstep of Canary Wharf too it is no surprise that the luxury developments are attracting people to the area.
Canary Wharf today is a far cry from the industrial wasteland it was if you look back in history. Whilst Canary Wharf is the secondary central business district of London and the skyline is dominated by towering office structures, it is a luxury residential area too.
Developers have flocked to Canary Wharf over the years, helping repackage the area into a fruitful place to live as well as work. With the opportunity to provide some of London’s most contemporary living spaces, including some impressive penthouses, it is no surprise that developers have targeted the area. With countless landmark developments either completed or in the pipeline residential growth in Canary Wharf does not look set to slow down any time soon.
Canary Wharf’s transformation from early life as West India Dock to the hub of business and luxury living has seen interest in the area skyrocket in recent years. Interestingly, a large majority of the residents living in Canary Wharf are under 40, meaning residential areas such as the up and coming Wood Wharf are certainly going to be filled with this demographic.
It is no surprise that over a third of wealthy young professionals living in Canary Wharf have a salary exceeding £100,000. However, it should be remembered that Canary Wharf is an attractive prospect for foreign buyers and investors. Given the strength of the employment market in the area this is also likely to entice demand in the residential sector.
Given the vibe of Canary Wharf is very classy and professional it is no surprise that the majority of properties for sale are luxury apartments and penthouses. With countless developments being built there is no shortage of homes, just be aware that even waiting lists can hit capacity of you don’t pursue a new home quick enough.
Our senior team has been selling property in Canary Wharf and Docklands since 2004 and we have been heavily involved in both off-plan and re-sales within most of the major developments in the area since that time. We have watched as new areas have been born, such as Millennium Quarter, City Island, Orchard Wharf, New Providence Wharf and East India. Experience and understanding of not only the area but the history of the market is key to selling property in Canary Wharf.
The Canary Wharf and Docklands Lettings market is probably one of the fastest paced markets in the world. The sheer number of developments, mostly originally sold off-plan to buy to let investors from the UK and around the world, means that the area has a high number of residential units targeting both the private rented market and corporate tenants looking to rent in Canary Wharf. The Canary Wharf Lettings market is also one of the most intricate in London, due to the density of the area and almost constant new supply and changes in demand from international companies.
Our Lettings team have a long and illustrious history in the Canary Wharf Lettings market, we manage a large portfolio of property across the E14 area and deal with hundreds of new tenants looking for a property to rent in Canary Wharf area each week.
Again the demographic for the rental market remains the same as those wanting to buy. Our Lettings team have a long and illustrious history in the Canary Wharf Lettings market, we manage a large portfolio of property across the E14 area and deal with hundreds of new tenants looking for a property to rent in Canary Wharf area each week.
Madley Property’s Canary Wharf Sales team has a comprehensive range of residential properties for sale across London’s Docklands, including around Canary Wharf itself.
Constant change coupled with high demand for apartments in new developments mean the Canary Wharf residential sales market is among the most dynamic and exciting in London. There’s something for everyone, whether in established developments or buying off plan for the future.
Madley Property’s Canary Wharf Lettings team have a comprehensive range of residential properties to let across the London Docklands area, including around Canary Wharf itself.
The commercial buzz around Canary Wharf means there’s always high demand from transient tenants looking for stylish modern living. Accordingly there’s been huge growth in new developments, creating a fluctuating levels of supply and demand. Landlords need to have a means of keeping their fingers close to the pulse of the market and be able to react quickly to changing conditions.
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