Newfoundland Tower is a 59-storey residential building that sits on the western side of the Canary Wharf district. Located near Westferry Circus, the high-rise stands at the end of Middle Dock, one of three historic linear docks located on the northern side of the Isle of Dogs.
The scheme includes 636 residential apartments, associated residential amenity areas, restaurants, retail, delivery and service facilities, bicycle storage, and leisure facilities, plus roof plant space, and two basement level plant rooms. It also comprises a three-storey annex building with a restaurant area, internal and external play space, and a roof terrace for the building’s residents.
The diamond forms of the building’s facade and its expressed diagonal structure provide a unique sense of character and clearly differentiates the tower from the surrounding orthogonal commercial office buildings, resulting in a landmark residential building at Canary Wharf.