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One Park Drive

1 Park Drive, London E14 9SB
Mixed use

Description of One Park Drive

One Park Drive is a new development in Canary Wharf E14.

The 58-storey tower will comprise 483 apartments and penthouses.

There are three types of apartments in the building:
Levels 02-09 - Loft apartments.
Levels 10-32 - Cluster apartments.
Levels 33-57 - Bay apartments.

2016 January - the demolition works on site completed.
Demolished buildings - light industrial buildings,
The Lutomer House building and the warehouse, One Harbour Quay.

2014 December - Outline planning permission and listed building consent was granted by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets for the comprehensive mixed-use redevelopment of the site.

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2017/03/29 07:53

One Park Drive is launching on 4th May 2017!

- 483 luxury apartments on offer at One Park Drive, a 58-storey building designed by leading architects, Herzog & de Meuron in its first residential venture in the UK
- Eye-catching new images of the Herzog & de Meuron circular building revealed – set to define urban, stylish living in this exemplary corner of London
- UK buyers will have the first opportunity to purchase a landmark piece of architectural art
- Latest development in the transformation of the new district of Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf Group has announced that its collection of exceptional apartments at One Park Drive will go on sale from 4th May, defining urban living within this instantly recognisable part of London. The new homes at One Park Drive, Herzog & de Meuron’s first residential project in the UK, will be launched first to UK-based buyers with prices for the 483 apartments in the 58-storey building starting from £575,000 for a studio, £750,000 for a one bed, £1,080,000 for a two bed and £1,625,000 for a three bed.

The critically acclaimed architecture firm has ensured that One Park Drive engages seamlessly with its surroundings, paying homage to its prominent waterfront location while at the same time, providing a natural circular contrast to its neighbours. This continues the trend of effortlessly blending past and present, a technique that won Herzog & de Meuron praise for its most recent project, the extension of the Tate Modern, which launched in 2016. The firm has also been commissioned to design Chelsea Football Club’s new stadium, which is due for completion in 2021.

Standing out amongst Canary Wharf’s famous skyline, the eye-catching apartment building, with its cylindrical appearance will form part of the new district of expansion in one of the city’s most celebrated areas. The next phase of Canary Wharf’s development will further accelerate the area’s transformation, which has already started to see organisations like Mayfair’s Arts Club commit to opening a new venue in the Docklands. Canary Wharf’s profile is changing fast, with a growing number of start-ups and media companies increasingly attracted to the area because of its innovative tenant base, excellent transport connections and expanding leisure facilities.

Meticulous attention has been paid to the design of this 58-storey building, ranging from cleverly concise studios to spacious four-bedroom penthouses. Three typologies – Loft, Bay and Cluster – powerfully expressed in the exterior and interiors have their own distinct personalities. Each apartment will offer generous views over the surrounding docklands and across London, while the layout of the building has been planned with privacy in mind, ensuring that no unit is overlooked.

Residents will also benefit from a lobby with concierge, a library, plus a screening room. There will also be a modern fitness suite, including a gym and 20-metre swimming pool overlooking the docks as well as a steam room and sauna.

Sir George Iacobescu, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Canary Wharf Group said: “Canary Wharf has always been pioneering in its approach to the built environment and urban design. One Park Drive, the first residential building by Herzog & de Meuron in the UK, will represent the best of Canary Wharf as our private Estate develops into a new destination for London. Herzog & de Meuron are a practice that we have long admired for their meticulous approach to design, their ability to challenge preconceived beliefs and conventional wisdom, delivering a truly remarkable finished product.

“One Park Drive will become a fixture on the London skyline and this launch represents a rare and very limited opportunity for people to buy a home in London. This more than just a building, it is a piece of art.”

Commenting on the project, Jacques Herzog, Herzog & de Meuron said: “Residential high rises are conventionally characterised by the negative qualities of sameness and too much repetition. One Park Drive has three distinct zones offering different types of accommodation that are clearly expressed offering a sense of individuality in a larger development.”

Brian De’ath, Director of Residential Sales, comments: “One Park Drive will define the standards by which all future residential projects will come to be measured. In terms of how it works, how it looks and the quality of every detail, it is something very special indeed.”

Canary Wharf’s new district comprises around two thirds residential properties, or approximately 3,300 new homes, a quarter of which will be affordable with the capacity in the future to build a further 400 new homes. The site will also create over 17,000 new jobs through hotel, leisure, construction and recreational facilities.

This milestone follows the launch of Canary Wharf Group’s first ever homes at 10 Park Drive in the summer of 2015. A Stanton Williams designed building, 10 Park Drive is a mid-rise 13 storey building adjoining a 42 storey tower, together containing 74 studios, 115 one-bedroom apartments, 141 two-bedroom apartments and 15 three-bedroom apartments.

Construction work on the site has already begun and completion of the first district of this development will follow the arrival of Crossrail in 2018. Once the Crossrail station opens, Canary Wharf will be only six minutes to Liverpool Street, within 39 minutes of Heathrow and moments from City Airport and international train services to Europe.

Internationally-renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, Stanton Williams Architects, Allies and Morrison, Grid Architects, KPF, Darling Associates, Patel Taylor and Wirtz International have been appointed to design the first phase of buildings.

2017/03/11 11:36

You can now register your interest in One Park Drive at

Launching in Spring 2017!

2016/12/28 14:08

One Park Drive in Canary Wharf, London E14 - new on Buildington!

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