Canary Wharf property details
A few years ago, Canary Wharf was known for having 100,000 professionals working there, but no residents. This is definitely no longer the case. Unsurprisingly, most people that live in Canary Wharf are of working age, with over 80% being between 16 and 64 (1). Likewise, the majority (around 78%) either live alone, or in a household without any dependent children.
As such, the property market is dominated by apartments. Many of these are new developments, ranging from luxurious penthouses with wraparound balconies, to more modestly proportioned studio flats.
However, there are a few houses available, and these are mostly terraced. There are some beautiful Victorian terraces in locations like Manchester Road, for example; or more modern properties in locations like Bering Square or Wynan Road.