Canary Wharf has always epitomised urban living at its most luxuriously modern and apartments to rent at the Baltimore Wharf property development in E14 aren't about to buck this trend. Designed to exclusive specifications, this scheme is closely linked with a striking high-rise tower which overlooks Docklands and the River Thames.
The price profile is in keeping with this part of the Capital as Canary Wharf rentals start at around £350 per week for a good studio apartment. For that, residents will enjoy some of the best views, amenities and transport links that living in this popular part of London can offer.
The curved exterior of Baltimore Tower looks out onto manicured gardens, tree-lined squares and a picturesque quayside. Inside the apartments which range from studio to one, two and three bedroom layouts, there are convenient features such as climate cooling and private terraces. Any residential building this close to one of the world's main financial centres will tend to offer the very best in amenities. Baltimore Tower is no exception and boasts a fully equipped residents' gym, underground valet parking and an Olympic sized swimming pool.
Elevation - in both the physical and economic sense - is what renting in E14 is all about and residents will be able to access levels 43 - 45 of the adjacent skyscraper. Here, they can combine panoramic views of London with world- class cuisine and cocktails. Even seasoned corporate professionals will find it hard not to be impressed with the glittering skyline: One Canada Square, The Shard and the Olympic Village can be seen in all their picture-perfect glory.
A revamped Crossharbour DLR station provides a quick and easy gateway to the rest of Docklands, the City, Greenwich and Stratford Shopping City. Special bus routes connect the peninsula to East London and there is also an exhilarating cable car journey that can be taken from the Excel Centre to the giant O2 entertainment complex across the river. The Thames itself is London's oldest communications conduit and continues to be a viable means by which to access the City and the West End from Canary Wharf. The London City Airport which specialises in short haul European flights is also due for a massive upgrade.