At 75 floors, Landmark Pinnacle is one of London’s tallest residential towers. Standing four-square at the head of South Dock on the edge of Canary Wharf, these homes have a unique vantage point. No other residence has as many uninterrupted views both westward down the River Thames, across the entire city, and eastward over the docks to the Thames Barrier and beyond. This position provides the kind of 360-degree views you would only usually be treated to when airborne.
Canary Wharf is served by a modern Jubilee Line underground station and three Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stations, all within a 5-10 minute walk of Landmark Pinnacle. Canary Wharf is also easily accessible by car with direct access to The City and the West End via the Limehouse Link Tunnel and The Highway.
There are 6,000 parking spaces on the Canary Wharf estate, though for a more scenic journey into central London, the Thames Clippers river buses stop only a short walk from Landmark Pinnacle. Four miles east is London City airport, which operates to nearly 50 destinations in the UK, Europe and New York.