Property investment opportunity Canary Wharf London. House, apartment, flat, studios investment opportunites in London

Are you considering property investment opportunities in Canary Wharf, London? Who would have thought 20 years ago just how attractive Canary Wharf has become as a property investment opportunity? One Canada Square, dominating the South London skyline demonstrates the significant changes that have taken place in Canary Wharf since its closure as one of the Worlds busiest shipping ports and gradual decline, to its Government backed regeneration in the early 1980's. Property investors have not just shown keen interest in Canary Wharf London as a property investment opportunity but have invested heavily and solidly over the years, ensuring that property investment in Canary Wharf shown consistent returns.

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Known to many as the HQ of London's Global Financial Sector, a Canary Wharf address and postcode is a proven and highly desirable investment opportunity. Tenants including Credit Suisse, HSBC, Citigroup, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley are all close Canary Wharf neighbours.Significant planned developments include Riverside South and Wood Wharf on the Isle of Dogs, both contributing to the 555,000 SqM of commercial space.



With its highly advanced transport infrastructure including not only the Docklands Light Railway and Jubilee Line but also an International Airport in its back yard, Canary Wharf, with more bankers employed than in The City of London is supremely well connected.

The population of Canary Wharf has been forecast to double from its current 100,000 employeesin the next decade alone. Buy to let opportunities don't come much stronger than at Canary Wharf. Huge demand for restaurants, cinema's, retail parks and living accommodation continues for the foreseeable future.

Boasting magnificent views of the River Thames, state of the art retail complexes, 97 acres of the latest property developments, Canary Wharf was and is an ideal London Property Investment Opportunity.

CANARY WHARF TRANSPORT

Canary Wharf Underground

Canary Wharf Jubilee Line Zone 2
Heron Quay DLR Zone 2
South Quay DLR Zone 2
Canary Wharf DLR Zone 2
West India Quay DLR Zone 2

Canary Wharf Trains

Limehouse station Zone 2
Deptford station Zone 2
Maze Hill station Zone 3
Greenwich station Zone 2/3
South Bermondsey station Zone 2

Where To Eat in Canary Wharf

Goodman - Canary Wharf

A bad review is incapable of making its way to Goodman, with tender, juicy steaks, and a flawless service, this chain is one that delivers every time. Goodman has built a strong and well deserved reputation for its steaks, with a knowledgeable staff who will be keen to inform you about their wide selection pleasantly displayed on 'the meat tray'. A great introduction for steak newbies, rest assured that your steak will be made to your exact specification as well cooked or a red as you desire.

But if steak doesn't tickle your taste buds, Goodman offers chicken, lobster, and their fish of the day, with a delectable range of sides including the all time favourite truffle chips and devilish mac 'n' cheese. But do not leave the restaurant without trying their desserts; THAT IS AN ORDER! Pick anything of the desert menu and you will not be disappointed, like the rest of the menu it is made with the love and care of a true chief.

Roka - Canary Wharf

It seems that those who enter the doors of Roka, leave with a massive grin on their face, and really this is no surprise. Roka is making a name for itself as one of the City's best Japanese restaurants, serving up a truly impeccable experience. The food is sourced with such precision to offer up a freshly tantalizing menu exploding with true authentic flavour. The stylish, contemporary setting oozes earth vibes with wooden panelling, giving an unintimidating setting, and the friendly and efficient service ensures you are well taken care of.

Be sure to book a reservation, this is one place that is certain of a vibrant, lively atmosphere, always busy but never over crowded; another element they have down to perfection

Tompkins - Canary Wharf

Set in the bottom of Pan Peninsula, Tompkins is a stylish, contemporary nod to the brasseries of New York. Perfectly situated on the dock, Tompkins offers spectacular views especially on those summer days out on the patio enjoying that weekend beer or glass of wine. Divided into four main areas, the main bar, lounge, restaurant and mezzanine bar, Tompkins is the perfect stop for that catch up drink with friends, business lunch or the Friday wind down.

The menu's specific selection offers up the delights of fresh fish, flavoursome burgers, authentic pizzas and a range of platters to share.

The prime location is made even better by the chic interior, with great attention to detail with a bookshelf behind the bar containing both spirits, novels and miniature ornaments. A restaurant with true style, a definite stop when coming to Canary Wharf.

The Dock - Canary Wharf

A little hidden gem in the heart of Canary Wharf, The Dock encompasses that perfect in-between of local chippy and fine dining. A two minute walk from South Quay station, The Dock's freshly exquisite seafood is rapidly building a name for itself as the best fish restaurant in the area. The food is freshly sourced from Billingsgate Market, serving up the traditional fish 'n' chips, sea bass and tuna steak but also some bespoke dishes found in a la carte selection.

A family run establishment, The Dock serves up both quality and quantity all for a very reasonable price, a rarity in the age of ever rising price tags. The service is both friendly and efficient, making for a perfect lunch time spot providing a diverse atmosphere for both business and romance.

To find out more, and specifically how Morgan Randall - Canary Wharf Estate Agent, with our many years of experience in advising on Canary Wharf Property Investments can help, contact us here call us now on 0207 190 3444 24/7