Refusing to be overshadowed by the Docklands skyscrapers behind it, Dollar Bay occupies a prime spot on the very edge of South Quay Dock and gives corporate tenants some of the best views on the peninsula. Over 100 studio, one and two bedroom apartments are housed in two crystalline towers that reflect and absorb light in unique and interesting ways and are just a short walk away from Canary Wharf. Spacious winter gardens have become a popular feature in London and those found in apartments at Dollar Bay are particularly well designed, making excellent use of the natural sunlight that streams across the Thames from Greenwich.
On site amenities are all co-ordinated by a 24 hour concierge service and include a private gym with views towards the dock; a resident's lounge area and cycle storage. Canary Wharf is a ten minute stroll from Dollar Bay or one stop away from South Quay Station on the DLR. Here, you will find a comprehensive selection of world class shopping and dining destinations that include top brands such as Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co, Roka and Tom's Kitchen. Although Canary Wharf is, primarily, a commercial centre, it is also becoming known for its art spaces and cultural events.
Transport connections in and around the Docklands Peninsula have been built with an eye to providing the quickest, most convenient interchanges in the Capital. Canary Wharf is the epicentre of this network and will become even more strategic when the Crossrail initiative (Elizabeth Line) is rolled out later this year. The Canary Wharf Station is in the process of being upgraded and will run high speed trains through the City and the West End and on to Heathrow Airport with the journey taking just over half an hour in total. The area is well connected as it is, with the DLR linking to Bank, Stratford and Greenwich. The Jubilee Line provides connections to London Bridge, Waterloo and the luxury shopping around Bond Street.