With uninterrupted views westward down the River Thames, across the entire city, and eastward over the docks to the Thames Barrier and beyond, Landmark Pinnace offers the capital’s most unique vantage point.
Designed by architects Squire and Partners, 75-storey Landmark Pinnacle is one of London’s tallest residential towers and stands proudly at the head of South Dock on the edge of Canary Wharf. It’s the final part of in a development that includes 45-floor Landmark East and 30-floor Landmark West. The three buildings are connected by waterfront pedestrian routes and landscaped areas, including a sloping rooftop garden, Pinnacle Park.
The interiors of the studio and 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments have been designed with three principles in mind: space, light and pure form. Every element has been carefully considered from the neutral palette of white walls and timber floors to the and brushed chrome and black ironmongery. While the stand-out feature of many of the apartments is a winter garden which can be accessed from the living area and bedroom and gives an unbeatable view of the city.
Every apartment has been carefully positioned to provide a view of the sun rising or setting over the capital and panoramic views of London’s unmistakable monuments and waterways.
With its end-of-dock location, Landmark Pinnacle crosses the boundary between the financial district of Canary Wharf and the surrounding residential areas.
There are numerous lifestyle and leisure attractions on your doorstep including restaurants and bars and gyms, as well as the Canary Wharf shopping mall.
While across the water the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Stratford are close by, as is the ExCel London exhibition centre at Royal Victoria Dock.
Also on the other side of the river is North Greenwich, dominated by the 02 Arena, a world-class venue which hosts sporting and musical events, and further south, below the Isle of Dogs, is historic Greenwich, whose Royal Museums are a World Heritage Site.
Canary Wharf Station (Jubilee and DLR) is a few minutes’ walk away (as are West India Quay and Heron Quays, also on the DLR.) From Canary Wharf, you can reach London Bridge in eight minutes. City Airport is only 20 minutes away by DLR. While the opening of the new Elizabeth Line in 2021 will mean a journey of only six minutes to Liverpool Street, 13 minutes to the West End and Heathrow Airport in just 39 minutes.
And for a completely different mode of transport, the Thames River Bus takes only 13 minutes from Canary Wharf to London Bridge.
- Unparalleled views
- Media room, games room and private cinema
- Residents-only gym on level 56 with studio and Pilates area
- Social Lounge
- Private dining with lounge and library
- Residents-only roof terrace on level 75
- Winter gardens