Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf tuquru kanan Jubile siq'i
Canary Wharf Pier

Canary Wharf nisqaqa huk Lunrun llaqtapi, Inlispampa mama llaqtapi huk kitim, Allqu wat'a qayllapi, London Borough of Tower Hamlets nisqapi. Canary Wharf nisqaqa Hatun Lunrun Kamachiypa nisqanmi, Lunrun llaqtap chawpi qhatuna thisritunpa hukninmi, Chawpi Lunrun llaqtawan kuska.[1] Lunrun llaqtawan, Hukllachasqa Qhapaq Suyupi, Tiksimuyuntinpipas huk hatun qullqimanta chawpim, achka hatun wasikunayuqmi, Hukllachasqa Qhapaq Suyupi kimsa kaq hatun wasipas, One Canada Square,[1] chaymi kicharisqa 26 ñiqin anta situwa killapi 1991 watapi.[2]

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1 One Canada Square 235 771 50 1991 The third-tallest completed building in the United Kingdom, the tallest being The Shard. Designed by Cesar Pelli, it was the tallest building in the United Kingdom upon completion in 1991. Multi-tenanted; occupiers include BNY Mellon, the CFA Institute, Clearstream, European Energy Exchange, Euler Hermes, the International Sugar Organization, Mahindra Satyam, MetLife, Moody's Analytics and Reach.[3]
2 Landmark Pinnacle 233 764 75 2020 Residential tower (tallest residential building in Europe)
3 Newfoundland 220 722 60 2019 Residential tower.
4 South Quay Plaza 215 705 68 2020 Residential tower
5 One Park Drive 205 673 57 2019 Residential tower
6 8 Canada Square 200 655 42 2002 The joint eleventh-tallest completed building in the United Kingdom. Occupied by HSBC as its global headquarters.[4]
7 25 Canada Square 200 655 42 2001 The joint eleventh-tallest completed building in the United Kingdom. 25 Canada Square and 33 Canada Square together form a single complex known as the Citigroup Centre. Primarily occupied by Citigroup as its EMEA headquarters. Other tenants include Gain Capital, 3i Infotech, Crossrail, Instinet, Munich Re, MWB Group, FIS, Interoute, NYK and Wells Fargo.
8 Wardian London (East Tower) 187 614 55 2019 Residential tower
9 Amory Tower (The Madison) 182 597 53 2019 Residential tower
10 Wardian London (West Tower) 168 552 50 2019 Residential tower
11 One Churchill Place 156 513 32 2005 Occupied by Barclays as its global headquarters.[5] Currently the eighth-tallest building in the United Kingdom, it was originally planned to be 50 storeys in height, but was scaled down to 31 after the 11 September attacks.
12 40 Bank Street 153 502 33 2003 Multi-tenanted; occupiers include Allen & Overy, ANZ Bank, China Construction Bank, Duff & Phelps, Saxo Bank, and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.[3]
12 25 Bank Street 153 502 33 2003 Occupied by JPMorgan Chase as its European headquarters since 2012.
14 10 Upper Bank Street 151 495 32 2003 Occupied by Clifford Chance as its global headquarters.[6] Other occupiers include FTSE Group, Infosys, Mastercard, Deutsche Bank, and Total.[3]
15 10 Park Drive

Wood Wharf
150 492 43 2019 Residential tower[7]
16 Arena Tower (Baltimore Tower) 149 489 45 2017 Residential tower
17 Pan Peninsula (East Tower) 147 484 48 2008 Residential tower
18 Maine Tower (Harbour Central Block D) 144 472 42 2018 Residential tower
19 24 Marsh Wall (Landmark East Tower) 140 458 44 2010 Residential tower
20 25 Churchill Place 130 426 23 2014 The building housed the European Medicines Agency from early 2014 until March 2019 when they relocated to Amsterdam[8] and Ernst & Young from 2015.
21 40 Marsh Wall (Novotel London Canary Wharf) 128 420 39 2017 Hotel operating as 'Novotel Canary Wharf'
21 GRID Building

10 George Street

Wood Wharf
128 420 35 2018 Residential tower
23 Harbour Central Block C 125 410 36 2018 Residential tower
24 Pan Peninsula (West Tower) 122 400 39 2008 Residential tower
25 Dollar Bay Tower 109 358 31 2016 Residential tower
26 1 West India Quay 108 354 36 2004 Floors 1–12 are occupied by a Marriott Hotel.[9] Floors 13–33 house 158 apartments.
27 33 Canada Square 105 344 18 1999 33 Canada Square and 25 Canada Square together form a single complex, see above for details.

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10 and 12, Garford Street E14 1800s, early Garford Street 27 September 1973 Early 19th century pairs of stock brick houses. These cottages were originally built for the officers and sergeants who supervised the Docks.
14, Garford Street E14 1800s, early Garford Street 27 September 1973 Early 19th century stock brick house.
16 and 18, Garford Street E14 1800s, early Garford Street 27 September 1973 Early 19th century pairs of stock brick houses.
Entrance Gates to West India Docks 1800s, early West India Dock Road 19 July 1950 2 rusticated Portland stone piers with a capping of 4 dwarf pediments and acroteria.
Former West Entrance Gate to West India Docks with Curved Walling and Bollards 1900s, early Westferry Road 1 July 1983 Stock brick curved wing walls and Portland stone gatepiers. Modern brick wall blocks entrance. Two cast-iron obelisk pattern bollards with the inscription WIDC (West Inida Dock Company).
Railings to West of Main Gate at West India Docks 1800s, early West India Dock Road 30 September 1981 Cast iron railings approximately 70 yards in length.
Former Excise Office 1807 West India Dock Road 30 September 1981 Also known as Dockmaster's House, by the architect and engineer Thomas Morris.
Railings and Gatepiers to Former Excise Office 1807 West India Dock Road 30 September 1981 Contemporary iron railings with six rusticated stucco gatepiers on street front. The stucco decoration of the piers elaborated mid 19th century.
Quadrangle Stores at West India Dock 1825 West India Dock Road 30 September 1981 Also known as Cannon Workshops, by engineer John Rennie the Younger. A rare survival of an early purpose built illustrative of the workings of the Docks Company.
Salvation Army Hostel 1905 Garford Street 27 September 1973 Neo Georgian style building by architectural partnership Niven and Wigglesworth. Also known as: 20 Garford Street.
West India Dock Former Guard House 1803 West India Dock Road 27 September 1973 A one storey, small circular building designed by architect George Gwilt. It originally formed one of a pair built by Docks Company as a lock-up and armoury.
Former West Entrance Lock to South Dock, West India Docks 1803-05 Westferry Road 1 July 1983 By civil engineer William Jessop, built as the west entrance lock to the City Canal, later taken into the West India Docks system.
Fitch and Sons Works 1870-80 Westferry Road 1 July 1983 A good example of the smaller warehouses in the historical West India Docks, with built in retail outlet on ground floor, a now rare feature.
Cascades 1987-88 Westferry Road 18 April 2018 A 20-storey residential tower by CZWG.
  • An exemplary of the celebrated British Post-Modernist architecture practice
  • An important residential scheme of the late 20th century British town planning and industrial reclamation in London Docklands
  • An iconic local landmark building on the River Thames shore of the Isle of Dogs

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  1. 1,0 1,1 United Kingdom Skyscraper Diagram.
  2. A. Beaumont (2015). Contemporary British Fiction and the Cultural Politics of Disenfranchisement: Freedom and the City (illustrated ed.). Springer. p. 40. ISBN 9781137393722.
  3. 3,0 3,1 3,2 Who's Here. Canary Wharf Group plc
  4. Contact us. HSBC Holdings plc
  5. Corporate enquiries. Barclays
  6. United Kingdom. Clifford Chance
  7. 10 Park Drive (A3)
  8. Brexit: the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union | European Medicines Agency
  9. Contact Us. Marriott International, Inc.
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