Landmark Pinnacle
Landmark Pinnacle
Landmark Pinnacle
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Landmark Pinnacle

June 4, 2020In Blog, Lifestyle

Landmark Pinnacle is a 239 metre skyscraper under construction designed by Squire & Partners and developed by Chalegrove Properties in Marsh Wall on the Isle of Dogs. It is set to be the tallest residential building in Europe and will have more habitable floors than any other building in Europe. The development was formerly known as City Pride, the same name as the public house it replaces, before a name change in 2016.

The building is designed as a clean rectilinear form to create a coherent marker for the termination of the dock. A triple glazed façade provides a continuous skin behind which apartments enjoy private winter gardens, as well as three floors of shared amenity space including a landscaped roof garden, gymnasium, lounge dining rooms, cinemas, and children’s play areas as well as a striking amenity pavilion, providing a public café with indoor and outdoor play space for families at ground level and on its roof, which rises from ground level on an inclined plane to provide a ‘pocket park’ overlooking the adjacent dock.

No other residence has as many uninterrupted views both westward down the River Thames, across the entire city, and eastward over the docks to the Thames Barrier and beyond. This position provides the kind of 360-degree views you would only usually be treated to when airborne.

This is a location that has Landmark Pinnacle standing shoulder to shoulder with the towers that house the HQs of global banks. But it is also a location whose expanding array of lifestyle and leisure attractions, from restaurants and bars to gyms and crèches, are turning it into a highly prized residential address, with shopping malls, five-star hotels and river taxis within a stroll of your apartment.

Living at Landmark Pinnacle puts all of London within easy reach. It’s less than 10 minutes’ walk to Canary Wharf Underground station, three Docklands Light Railway stations and the new Canary Wharf Crossrail station (opening December 2018). From there, it’s just 20 minutes to London City Airport and 39 minutes to Heathrow. If you prefer to drive, Canary Wharf is connected to the city via the Limehouse Link Tunnel and The Highway, or you can take the scenic route aboard a Thames Clippers river bus.

Source: landmarkpinnacle.com

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Below an interior design for a 1 bedroom apartment, designed by Gerard Puxhe.
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