75-storey building is one of UK’s tallest resi towers
Squire & Partners’ 239m Landmark Pinnacle topped out this week.
The 75-storey block in London’s Canary Wharf is one of the UK’s tallest residential towers.
It will contain 752 flats, ranging from £480,000 to £4m for a penthouse.
It will be another year before the first residents move in - and a further 12 months before the overall scheme is completed - but Chalegrove said around 70% of the flats had been sold. It said 70 would be offered for shared ownership through housing associations.
There will be a roof garden, a cinema on the ground floor and an “indoor park” on the 27th floor, while the 56th floor is given over to lounge space, a gym, bar, dining rooms and a golf simulator.
Its developer, Chalegrove Properties, has overseen other schemes on the Isle of Dogs including the 173-home Island Point project on Westferry Road, also designed by Squire & Partners.
Ian Spencer-Woodbridge, project manager at Chalegrove, described the topping out as a “momentus occasion” for the firm and the construction programme, which will have taken five years once fully completed.
“This accomplishment is a testament to the teams involved, at every level, who have put in a tremendous amount of hard work and effort into reaching this stage.
“It’s fantastic to see Landmark Pinnacle take its final shape and make a prominent mark on Canary Wharf,” Spencer-Woodbridge added.