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Newfoundland Tower | Canary Wharf

2019 , London, England
Design Architect: Horden Cherry Lee Architects
Client: Canary Wharf Group, PLC
Categories: Hotel and Residential
About project
About project

Newfoundland Tower is a high-rise 59-storey residential tower located at the western side of the Canary Wharf district and located at the end of Middle Dock, one of three historic linear docks on the northern side of the Isle of Dogs.

The scheme includes 636 residential apartments, associated residential amenity areas, restaurant and retail, deliveries & servicing facilities, bicycle storage, roof plant space, leisure facilities, and two basement levels for plant rooms.  It also comprises a 3-storey annex building with plant rooms, a restaurant area, internal and external play space, and residents’ roof terrace.

The diamond form of the building and its expressed diagonal structure give it a unique character and clearly differentiates the tower from the surrounding orthogonal commercial office buildings, resulting in a landmark residential building at Canary Wharf.

Location: London, England
Design Architect: Horden Cherry Lee Architects
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates (International) Limited
Client: Canary Wharf Group, PLC
Size: 650,000 sf / 60,385 sm
Program:
Residential High-Rise icon
Residential High-Rise
Roof Terrace icon
Roof Terrace
Restaurant icon
Restaurant
Bar icon
Bar
Indoor Pool icon
Indoor Pool
Waterfront  icon
Waterfront
Transit Access icon
Transit Access
Below Grade Parking for 120 Cars icon
Below Grade Parking for 120 Cars
Completion: 2019

Awards

2021

CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat): Award of Excellence - Best Tall Building 200-299m

2021

CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat) Award of Excellence – Best Tall Building, Europe