Location

Desirable riverside living just minutes from the City.

An emerging address within a dynamic new hotspot.

Calico Wharf is at the heart of east London’s monumental regeneration. Investment on an extraordinary scale is developing and invigorating the Lower Lea Valley to create a vibrant and innovative new district.

Benefiting from close proximity to Canary Wharf’s ever growing business infrastructure and leisure facilities, and with DLR and Underground stations just a short walk away for speedy links throughout the capital, this an ideal location for commuting and enjoying everything the city has to offer.

Speedy links to the city within easy reach.

Walk

From Ailsa Street

Langdon Park DLR

9 mins

Bromley-by-Bow tube

13 mins

Tube

From Bromley-by-Bow

Liverpool Street

9 mins

Farringdon

20 mins

King’s Cross

25 mins

Westminster

27 mins

Baker Street

29 mins

DLR

From Langdon Park

Canary Wharf

6 mins

Stratford

8 mins

North Greenwich

18 mins

Custom House (for ExCeL)

21 mins

London City Airport

21 mins

Crossrail

From Canary Wharf

Tottenham Court Road

11 mins

Paddington

17 mins

London Heathrow Airport

39 mins

At the heart
of the fastest
growing area
in London.

Following the £12bn legacy of London 2012, East London continues to feel the “Olympic effect”, with the Lower Lea Valley undergoing a radical change.

From Stratford down to Canary Wharf, river frontage is being opened up to create new jobs, homes, university campuses, green space and infrastructure, creating a world-class commercial, educational and residential district.

over £9m

investment into transport infrastructure

Knight Frank, November 2018

100,000

new jobs to be created throughout the region

JLL, 2018

£1.1bn

new East Bank cultural and education district

BBC, June 2018

4

new university campuses

queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk

Olympic Park Regeneration.

  • 40,000 expected to be employed by 2025*
  • New £1.1bn East Bank cultural and education district set to create more than 2,500 new jobs
  • 4 new university campuses including new UCL East and UAL’s London College of Fashion*
  • 10,000 new students expected to be drawn to the East Bank†
  • State of the art BBC music studios
  • MSG Sphere, The Madison Square Garden Company’s immersive music and entertainment venue

* queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk
‡ BBC, June 2018
† Evening Standard, April 2019

Lower Lea Valley.

  • 10,000 acres Lee Valley Regional Park leevalleypark.org.uk
  • Network of waterways and river frontage
  • World-class sports and leisure facilities
  • Europe’s largest shopping mall
  • Described as the largest remaining regeneration opportunity in London
  • Over £9m being invested to improve transport infrastructure in the area, including Crossrail*
  • 100,000 new jobs to be created‡

* Knight Frank, November 2018
‡ JLL, 2018

Canary Wharf.

  • 97 acres, with 16m sq ft of office, retail and leisure space‡
  • Over 120 premium stores across 5 mallsˇ
  • A core Financial and Business Services (F&BS) employment location
  • Average salary is £100,000+*
  • Over 100,000 employees set to double in the next 10 years†

* Knight Frank, November 2018
‡ Canary Wharf Group
† Institute of Civil Engineers

"The 2012 Olympic legacy has turned East London into the fastest-growing area in the South East."

– Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan

Recent and projected property prices have established this area of East London as having the highest predicted residential price growth in London, and Calico Wharf is perfectly placed to provide a standout investment opportunity.