The golden chain of modern developments that today adorns the southern shore of the Thames was but a gleam in the mayor of London's eye when St George Wharf was opened in 2007. The eye-catching roof designs and landscaped river parks are still a recognisable feature of this corner of SW8 and further development which includes a 48 storey tower will only serve to further St George Wharf's standing as an eminently desirable place to live in and commute from.
A major attraction of renting an apartment here has to be the view and St George Wharf does not sell residents short on that front. Large glazed windows and terraces facilitate breath-taking views up the Thames, all the way to the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. An efficient river taxi service further enhances the maritime experience with boats embarking from the St George Wharf pier at regular intervals. This service is run by Transport For London and is therefore fully integrated into the London Tube system with river stops at Chelsea, Westminster, The City and Docklands.
St George Wharf possesses a full set of 21st century amenities that busy tenants will appreciate including a health club, supermarket and its own restaurant/ bar. Transport to and from the development couldn't be simpler with Vauxhall underground station being situated nearby. This makes the trip to the Victoria rail terminus a simple matter of two stops or five minutes. From here, all of the West End is within easy reach and the Gatwick Airport express link leaves every quarter of an hour.