Mariner’s Quarter – Investment Property in London of United Kingdom
Just minutes from Canary Wharf, and less than half an hour from Oxford Street, Royal Wharf is so much more than just a collection of homes. This carefully considered neighborhood has all the texture and warmth of a small village within London, focused around its own lively high street, a bustling market square and an attractive, spacious riverside park.
This will be a place where parents can drop their children at school, then stroll home – stopping off at their local bakery and greengrocer for a few essentials. Picnics in the park at weekends, coffees with neighbors at a favorite local cafe, and strolls along the beautifully planted Riverside Walk; Royal Wharf is a lifestyle as well as a place to call home.
A waterfront haven within London’s newest neighborhood
Mariner’s Quarter is the triumphant finale to the 40-acre Royal Wharf development and comprises four iconic new buildings overlooking a stretch of the Thames reaching almost a mile across.
The very name of Mariner’s Quarter sums up what this exclusive section
of the neighborhood is all about. Embracing the energy of the Thames
and the spirit of adventure, mere seconds from the hub that is the
development’s sports and leisure centre, to own a property on Mariner’s
Quarter is to own a slice of the best that London has to offer.
Sitting within East London’s most exciting new residence, Royal Wharf,
Mariner’s Quarter’s new residents will benefit from moving into a community
that’s already thriving, putting its residents in the heart of our great
city, while offering ample breathing space to retreat, relax and revitalise.
The Marco Polo Building
The crowning glory of the Mariner’s Quarter, riverfront Marco Polo boasts a bold design, consisting of three vertically stacked building boxes, made striking by a subtle twist of each box. Inspired by the unpredictable London weather, the building’s facade and character was designed to modify with each season, with the louvered balcony screens adjustable to provide shade from the sun or wind while enjoying outside space.
The James Cook Building
Part of the same design as the Marco Polo building, the James Cook features a similar design without the quirky twists. Adjustable balcony screens lend the building a living, breathing feel, creating a sense of changing with the seasons. The color palette of this building is the reverse of the neighboring Marco Polo, to create a subtle differentiation between the plots.
Royal Wharf London has excellent transport links into the heart of London via the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), a new Crossrail station (Custom House) opening in 2018, the Jubilee Line (Canning Town) plus international connections from London City Airport and boat links from a brand new Thames Clipper Pier.
Royal Wharf London – Transport Links •First Crossrail services through Central London will commence 2018 •38 Crossrail Stations including 9 new stations at Paddington, Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Whitechapel, Canary Wharf, Custom House and Woolwich •Only 20 minutes ride to Bond Street and City of London from ROYAL WHARF
What is in Royal Wharf?
Mariner’s Quarter (Royal Wharf London) is in a strategic location surrounded by:
Business – Canary Wharf, ExCel London’s biggest convention center and hotels, Siemens Crystal technology & innovation center, Silverquays, upcoming Asian Business Park (ABP)
Education – University of East London, one of the Top 6 UK universities for modern research with over 28,000 students
Transport Hub – 1-stop / 4 minutes from London City Airport, which has flights to all major European cities within 2 hours and also to New York, USA within 6 hours. Emirates Cable Car. Thames Clippers river taxi (via new proposed pier at Royal Wharf)
Leisure & Recreation – Surrounded by award-winning Great Barrier Park and Lyle Park
Entertainment – O2 Arena, the largest concert hall in UK
Shopping, Retail & Dinning – Integrated within the Royal Wharf township, all within a short 6-minute walk
Why Invest in Mariner’s Quarter?
• 500m of direct south facing river frontage
• 37 acre site including a 2.4 acre central park
• Personal outdoor space included with all units
• Over 3,385 homes across the development
• 2.5m ceilings in all apartments and townhouses
• 40 retail and business units in excess of 100,000 sq ft
• Sainsbury’s on site
• 40% green space
• Crossrail opening 2018
• Completions from 2019
The Club House
• 20,000 sq ft of leisure space
• 25 metre swimming pool
• Hydrotherapy pool
A lively combination of one, two and three bed apartments
Each of Mariner’s Quarter’s homes are infused with the
aesthetics and values of new Georgian interiors.
The residences are characterised by a sequence of spaces
designed to create a clear sense of movement and change.
Expansive windows look out onto breathtaking vistas
of the Thames Barrier or Canary Wharf.
Buying Process of Mariner’s Quarter
3) Progressive payments – Within 12 months from reservation 2nd 10% Balance 80% payable upon completion
4) Financing available from Singapore (OCBC, CIMB) or UK banks