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Royal Wharf Development Guide

With 3,385 new homes and apartments arranged around several new squares, Royal Wharf is East London’s newest neighbourhood.

Royal Wharf will host a myriad of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities including Starbucks, who are now open onsite and Sainsbury’s who will be opening on the 30th November 2017. More units are due to be filled as the development becomes busier including London Pride, residents really will have everything they could possibly need right on their doorsteps.

A sprawling site with 20 acres of mixed-use residential-led space, the Royal Wharf development is divided into numerous residential blocks. Although each of the buildings are similar in style, we’ve described each of them in detail below so you’ll know exactly where they are located onsite and the views you can expect from inside.

Royal Wharf Development

Corsair House (formerly Meridian Building)

Corsair House (Formerly Meridian Building)

Corsair House (formerly Meridian Building) sits at the north end of Starboard Way and is the closest in proximity to Pontoon Dock DLR station. Arranged across two cores, rising six and fourteen storeys respectively.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats and townhouses.

Mercier Court (formerly Anchor Building)

With its distinctive triangular design, Mercier Court (formerly Anchor building) offers generously proportioned units over ten storeys. It sits conveniently at the mouth of Thames Street (where you’ll find retail offerings) and Starboard Way.

New homes available include one bedroom flats and two bedroom flats.

Liner House (formerly Latitude House)

Liner House (Formerly Latitude House)

Liner House (formerly Latitude House) is organised into three riverfront cores, ranging in height from six to fourteen storeys, with two further cores overlooking a communal park. Latitude House is considered by many to be the premium block of Phase One, and it forms the start of the riverside promenade.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats and townhouses.

Masthead House (formerly Admiralty Building)

Liner House (Formerly Latitude House)

One of the larger buildings in the Royal Wharf development, Masthead House (formerly Admiralty Building) is set across five cores and residences reaching seven storeys. Flats in Masthead House offer a central location in what is Phase One of Royal Wharf, with Sovereign Place’s public square to the east and Starboard Way to the west.

New homes available include one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats and townhouses.

Summerston House (formerly Barrier House)

Summerston House (Formerly Barrier House)
A stylish riverfront block, most flats in Summerston House (formerly Barrier House) benefit from direct water views. At nine storeys tall and with one central core, Summerston House affords it’s residents exclusivity over the more sizeable blocks. You’ll find Summerston House located at the south end of Starboard Way.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats and townhouses.

Echo Court and Cutter House (formerly Maritime Building)

Echo Court & Cutter House (Formerly Maritime Building)
Comprised of two blocks and divided by the Royal Wharf townhouses, Echo Court and Cutter House (formerly Maritime building) is seven storeys high. It also benefits from a landscaped communal garden. Echo Court and Cutter House are positioned to the south of Masthead House, between Thames Street and Starboard Way.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats and townhouses.

Flagship House

Set in the heart of Royal Wharf, Flagship House overlooks Sovereign Place – the public square alongside the retail units of Thames Street. Reaching seven storeys high, the majority of units have large private terraces.

New homes available include one bedroom flats and two bedroom flats.

Commodore House and Windlass House (formerly Compass House)

Royal Wharf, Windlass House

Commodore House and Windlass House (formerly Compass House) are split into two buildings, four cores and is eight storeys high. Commodore House and Windlass House offer an unusually high volume of duplex apartments, with the large three bedroom and four bedroom flats ideal for families. Located off Thames Street to the east of Royal Wharf Gardens.

New homes available include one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats, four bedroom flats and townhouses.

Pinnacle House (formerly Park View Place)

Standing tall at 13 storeys high, Pinnacle House (formerly Park View Place) is truly the centre point of the Royal Wharf development. Pinnacle House takes a commanding position at the north end of Royal Wharf garden, with the Thames to the south.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats and three bedroom flats.

Carrick House (formerly Sienna House)

Occupying the south-west corner of Royal Wharf Gardens and set directly on the river, Carrick House boasts park and river views from most units. Rising to eleven storeys and designed to a different palate to many buildings in Royal Wharf, Carrick House really stands out.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats and three bedroom flats.

Flotilla House and Fairwater House (formerly Thameside House)

Arranged over eight storeys, two building and three cores, Flotilla House and Fairwater House (formerly Thameside House) offers the full Royal Wharf range of property sizes. New homes in these building have either direct river views to the south and south-west, or landscaped gardens to the north. With completion set for 2018/2019, residents will have to remain patient.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats, four bedroom flats and townhouses.

Pendant Court (formerly Portland House)

Located beside the leisure facilities of The Clubhouse, Pendant Court is a seven storey build spread over two cores. You’ll find Pendant Court at the north-east side of Royal Wharf Gardens, to the south of the planned Royal Wharf school.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats and two bedroom flats.

Laker House and Kelson House (formerly Endeavour House)

Royal Wharf, Laker House
Offering a variety of flat sizes, Laker House and Kelson House (formerly Endeavour House) is a very exciting building (and the vast majority of properties come with direct river or park views!). Peaking at seven storeys tall, Laker House and Kelson House is located at the south of Royal Wharf beside Liner House.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats, three bedroom flats, four bedroom flats and townhouses.

Ensign Tower (formerly the Marco Polo Building)

At eighteen storeys high, Ensign Tower (formerly the Marco Polo building) is the tallest of the Royal Wharf buildings. It’s also positioned in front of the Thames Clipper pier (opening date TBC) which will provide residents with a convenient commute when it opens. The majority of units in Ensign Tower have direct river views to the south.

New homes available include one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats and three bedroom flats.

Frigate House (formerly the James Cook Building)

Frigate House (formerly the James Cook Building) is situated on the western edge of Royal Wharf, beside Ensign Tower and Flotilla House & Fairwater House. Frigate House is organised over twelve storeys and benefits from garden / green views, with flats on the south side offered partial river vistas.

New homes available include one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats and three bedroom flats.

John Cabot Building

One of the larger Royal Wharf buildings, at seven storeys high and split into four cores and three blocks. The John Cabot building can be found on the west side of Royal Wharf, just a short walk away from West Silvertown DLR.

New homes available include suites, one bedroom flats, two bedroom flats and three bedroom flats.