Located in the Isle of Dogs and within easy reach of Canary Wharf business district, the Pan Peninsula development was originally designed to mirror the high-rise residential buildings of North America and South East Asia. The development consists of two main towers reaching in excess of 40 and 50 stories high. Pan Peninsula is made up of over 700 luxurious apartments ranging from studios, one, two and three bedrooms as well as a sky lounge on the 48th floor. From it’s dominating position it offers magnificent views of the city’s stunning panorama. Pan Peninsula also offers residents and locals an opportunity to dine within its ground floor restaurant Capeesh, this stunning setting provides equally beautiful views overlooking the quiet passage of Millwall Inner Dock from its terrace. Valet parking services are offered to residents who have a secure underground parking space.
Residents of Pan Peninsula enjoy exclusive access to a residents gym, sauna, steam room, hydrotherapy pool, 16.6 meter ozone swimming pool, boutique cinema, business centre, as well as having a 24-hour concierge service. Pan Peninsula is renowned for being very secure and all visitors must check in with the porters help desk before going into any of the towers using the appropriate access card. The tops of the towers have been designed to resemble lanterns, providing strong LED lighting features that are very visible on the skyline and gradually change colour.
Pan Peninsula offers a plethora of transport options. From its location in the heart of Zone 2, access to The City and other such key destinations around the Capital couldn’t be easier. South Quay DLR station is a stone’s throw from the development and Canary Wharf Underground, serviced by the Jubilee Line, is walking distance away. As of 2021 the development will become an impeccable hub for the upcoming Crossrail service – a service set to revolutionise travel around London with high speed links to Stratford, Central London and Heathrow.
The project was designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and was developed by Irish property firm Ballymore.
Baltimore Wharf, Oakland Quay, Canary Wharf, E14
West Tower, Pan Peninsula, Canary Wharf E14
East Tower, Pan Peninsula, Canary Wharf E14
West Tower, Pan Peninsula Square, Canary Wharf E14