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  • Pool & spa
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  • Steam rooms & Sauna
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Marsh Wall,Canary Wharf, E14

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Property features

  • Pool & spa
  • Gym
  • Steam rooms & Sauna
  • Screening lounge
Wardian London is situated at the heart of Canary Wharf's vibrant financial district. Inspired by Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward, the botanist who created the Wardian case (glass botanical case), Wardian London offers an ideal combination of state-of-the-art city living and a verdant urban oasis.

Apartments at The Wardian enjoy a bright and spacious feel, with floor-to-ceiling windows, modern high-end kitchens with marble finish, and a stunning sky garden. The iconic twin towers comprise a selection of luxuriously-designed suites, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, and penthouses, designed with private balcony gardens filled with easy-to-care-for plants and succulents. Interestingly, The Wardian Gardener will create each garden to meet the tastes and needs of the residents.

Residents benefit from Wardian Club membership that includes access to a range of world-class amenities including a gymnasium, 25-metre swimming pool, private co-working area, his and her saunas, private dining area, cinema, sky lounge, restaurant, shops, and an observation deck. Residents can also take advantage of unrivalled transportation options, such as the Jubilee Line, Thames Clipper, Docklands Light Railway, and the soon-to-be-opened Elizabeth Line.

The apartment towers at Canary Wharf are surrounded by boutique shops, independent cafés, internationally renowned restaurants, and some of the world's leading banks. Wardian London's vision is to create an address unlike any other, a haven of tranquillity and peace in the heart of London.

Wardian London, Wards Place, London E14 9TP

With South Quay footbridge around 150m away, it is about as close to living on the private Canary Wharf estate as you can get without living in the new Wood Wharf development.

For this reason, transport links are excellent, and Canary Wharf tube station is a 5 minute walk. The Crossrail station is not much further, at around a 10 minute walk, and there are two choices for the DLR either South Quay or Canary Wharf DLR stations.

The development is relatively car friendly, being located on Marsh Wall, the main road that runs east west across the peninsula. There is a pick up and drop off area infront, and underground parking beneath the development.

The real bonus of this development is the botanical theme, and the amenities are no exception. Ballymore have embraced a trend towards biophilic architecture, and welcomed nature throughout this development.

The Wardian botanical greenhouse at the University of Essex
Amenities list

Garden lobby area
25 meter swimming pool

Retail units and waterfront cafe to be implemented
Rooftop observatory and bar
All of these stick to the botanical theme, with two of the most interesting being the rooftop observatory and bar, and the swimming pool — arguably the closest thing to swimming in Canary Wharf docks!

The indoor outdoor pool stretches from inside the podium area on the ground floor into an open air conservatory type area, designed by high-end spa design consultancy Buckingham Pools.

In some modern developments, fitness and spa facilities can often feel like an afterthought — tucked away in a basement with minimal natural light. At Wardian London the pool and spa area feels ultra-premium, and would not be out of place at a luxury hotel.

Atrium at Buckingham pools designed outdoor pool and spa area at Wardian London
Outdoor atrium pool design at Wardian London
The rooftop observatory is set in the taller east tower, and offers great skyline views across Canary Wharf.

While ‘vibrant rooftop observatory’ is probably stretching it — with London having the highest light pollution levels of anywhere in the country — this novel amenities space looks like a great place to relax and take in the views.

Having a gin garden theme, the observatory’s double height area is used to enable the landscaping team to bring in larger indoor plants, similar to the downstairs atrium.

Fantastic balconies and garden theme
With the heart of this development revolving around nature and outside space, its only fair that residents get their own area. To this benefit the design of Wardian is fantastic. Unlike nearby ultra-tall developments, Landmark Pinnacle and South Quay Plaza, balconies are not limited here!

Spacious garden balconies at The Wardian
An integral part of the building, the cantilevered balconies extend 6 feet around the entirety of the building.

Not only does every single flat get a balcony, even the smallest flats have spacious balconies.

As an example, even the smaller studio flats — at circa 400 square foot — have over 100 square foot balconies. Some of the two bedroom flats balconies stretch to over 400 square foot, or roughly 40% of the size of the apartments themselves. With expensive sliding doors and large curtain window walls, these balconies really do provide a usable outdoor space — something high-rise developments are often lacking.

Ballymore have also partnered with landscaping company, Camlins Landscaping. The specialist company have created a package marketed as Sky Gardens, using their knowledge to transform the high-rise space into something more suited to a forest floor! Owners taking up the package have the reinforced balconies modified to hold soil and gravel, with the expert supervision and suitable planting from the landscaping company creating real gardens.

Its a really unique feature to this development, and I think will provide a welcome respite from, at times, the grey monotony of city living.

Exceptional build quality
No stranger to ultra luxury developments, Ballymore started the trend at their first development in the area Pan Peninsula. At Wardian London there is more of the same, with some really nice details, like marble chevron flooring in the bathrooms.

The building facia is clad in solid dark aluminium panels, that provide excellent insulation but also add to the no-expense spared feel. Wardian has a minimalist style, slender rectangular towers with striking white edged balconies that contrast the dark aluminium cladding.

While arguably less interesting than developments like Maine Tower — and its more colourful Art-Deco style theme — the minimalist and high class finish here should age well.

Sticking with the Wardian case theme, glass and bronze is used liberally throughout this development, tying the apartments and the communal areas together.
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Disclaimer: these particulars are for guidance purposes only and do not form part of an offer or contract. Whilst care has been taken in their preparation, Benham and Reeves or the vendor shall not be held responsible for any inaccuracies. You should not rely on statements by Benham and Reeves Ltd in the particulars or by word of mouth or in writing as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only. The photographs appearing in these particulars show only certain parts of the property at the time when the photographs were taken. It should not be assumed that the property has all or any of the necessary planning permission, building regulation consent approval or other required consents for its previous, present or future intended usage. Any intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or by taking appropriate professional advice. Benham and Reeves Ltd has not tested any of the equipment, fittings or facilities.

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