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Nestled right in the heart of London, Wardian is located in Canary Wharf, one of the main financial centres of the United Kingdom along with the City of London, which is only 4 miles away. The residential complex offers a peaceful sanctuary amid the skyscrapers and canals of Canary Wharf. The area is richly endowed with sophisticated restaurants and luxurious boutique shops. Surrounded by the waterways, Wardian provides its residents with numerous locations for a tranquil walk after a busy day, including Sir John McDougall Gardens that is just 9 minutes away. Apart from the green space, the park boasts breathtaking views of the River Thames that can be enjoyed while strolling along the river.
In addition, living in Canary Wharf comes with diverse transport connections. It takes 10 minutes to reach the Canary Wharf Pier by foot, where Thames Clippers offers its services to travel the streams of the Thames. There are three DLR stations that are less than 13 minutes away with Canary Wharf Underground Station within a 7-minute walk. Furthermore, the district is brushed by the A1261 road that connects it to the centre of London.
The two 50- and 55-storey towers loom over South Dock. The façade is covered with floor-to-ceiling windows with a line of white balconies embracing each floor. The glass railings of the balconies reinforce the overall futuristic look of the complex. The transparency of the glass-covered elements is alternated with dark-streaked panels.
Wardian’s architecture seamlessly mixes sleek modern lines with exotic gardens in enormous glass cases, scattered around the towers.
The numerous floors of Wardian store a wide array of different facilities. Apart from promenading among the various exotic plants, sheltered under the roof of the complex, Wardian residents can go for a swim in the 25-metre, three-lane pool or relax in a spa. For those, who prefer working out in high-quality fitness facilities, the complex offers a state-of-the-art gym. If you’d like to sink into a comfortable chair and watch a movie to forget about the outside world, then the screening room might be to your liking.
It would be a tragedy to build such a high-rise complex and leave it without a place to enjoy the magnificent views of the city. Fortunately, Wardian has placed the Observatory at the highest point of the building to make sure that future residents will not be deprived of those breathtaking images.
Wardian will house a total of 764 units, comprising one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as several suites.
Each apartment elegantly combines the contemporary style with naturalistic elements. The full-height windows flood the living spaces with natural light and views of the city. All units are provided with a private wrap-around garden, which can shelter an additional collection of plants and flowers. Apart from the greenery itself, Wardian brings the apartments closer to nature by using natural materials, such as marble and wood.
Wardian is a joint project of EcoWorld and Ballymore. Founded in Ireland, in 1982, by Sean Mulryan and his wife Bernardine Mulryan, Ballymore has combined efforts with the London-based development company, established in 2015, to carry out the impressive project in Canary Wharf. Ballymore has a vast portfolio with projects such as Embassy Gardens, Goodluck Hope, Royal Wharf, and Millharbour Plaza. EcoWorld keeps pace with its older associate and has an impressive collection of developments under its belt as well, including Verdo, The Claves, Oxbow, and Third & Caird.
If you’d like to know more about EcoWorld and Ballymore or Wardian, please visit their respective websites.