About this development
The West India Quay Tower designed by international architects HOK International was completed in 2004. With its knife-edge profile and elegant curves, this 32-storey tower of stainless steel and glass rising 360 ft (110 meters) above the quayside of London’s Canary Wharf has 152 apartments and six penthouses on the 13th to the 32nd floor. The apartments can be entered either from the waterside, by way of the double-height lobby and concierge desk to lifts that are exclusively for the use of apartment owners, or by lift directly from the underground parking garage.
All the apartments and penthouses were sold on 999-year leases. They have floor-to-ceiling windows, solid wood floors, top-quality fitted kitchens and bathrooms, air-conditioning and secure underground parking. The six penthouses also have their own roof gardens. Below these apartments is the 301-bedroom five-star Marriott Hotel, which occupies the lower 12 storey’s of the building. This also has 47 executive apartments, complete with modern kitchens, which receive an integrated concierge service from the hotel, including 24-hour room service, hotel housekeeping services, priority booking in the restaurants, use of the business centre, gymnasium and health centre, and a discount for residents.