Construction Update: Upper Riverside

The residential lead development on the site, of the former David Beckham Football Academy is nearing practical completion.

Upper Riverside is situated adjacent to the 02 Arena
Upper Riverside, features a temporary art installation by British artist Morag Myerscoug Colourblock Cranes.
Graffi on construction hoardings
Cladding reflecting a crane
Top section of one of the plots
The plots of Upper Riverside diverge as they approach the river to maximise daylight for residents.
The rear view of Upper Riverside
The spires of the 02 coming into view from Upper Riverside

Project Information

Address: Plots: N0205, N0206 and N0207, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10

Architect: Skidmore Ownings and Merrill

Borough: Greenwich

Developer: Knight Dragon

Floors: 31 | 30 | 27 | 23 | 21

Height: 102 – 70m

Residential units: 1,007

Construction update: Keybridge

The residential lead development on the site of the former British Telecom telephone exchange in Nine Elms.

Fentiman/South Lambeth Road
South Lambeth Road
Wyvil/South Lambeth Road
Wyvil Road
Trenchold Street

Project information

Address: Keybridge, 80 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1RG

Architect: Allies & Morrison

Borough: Lambeth

Developer: Mount Anvil and Fabrica

Educational: A two-form primary school

Floors: 35 | 21

Height: 125 | 74m

Residential units: 441

Glasshouse Gardens

A duo of residential towers in Stratford, that look onto Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Catching the late afternoon light
Viewed from the Aquatics Centre
Within the The International Quarter development

London Wall Place

The elevated pedestrian walkways surrounding London Wall Place have been opened to the public.

Catching the afternoon sun
Note the bend of the path around the remnant of the London Wall
Close up of the London Wall, which aforementioned development derives its name from.
Pedestrian links towards the Barbican Centre
Public Realm near Salters Hall
Foliage on London Wall Place
London Wall fits in on London Wall

Project Information

Address: 1-2 London Wall Place, London EC2Y 5DH

Architect: Make Architects

Developer: Brookfield and Oxford Properties

Floors: 12 | 16

Ward: Bassishaw

Office floorspace: 500,000 sq ft

Public Realm: 45,000 sq ft of public green space

Landmark Pinnacle

A rise residential development by Squire & Partners architects and developers Chalegrove, which still stand at 233m making it one of the tallest residential towers in the UK.

Eastern facade facing onto Marsh Wall
Slip form of Landmark Pinnacle
completed floors awaiting cladding installation
Landmark Pinnacle will stand amongst the other towers of Canary Wharf
Between the gaps of 1 Bank Street (Left) and Newfoundland (Right)

Project Information

Address: 15 Westferry Road, London E14 8JH

Architect: Squire and Partners

Borough: Tower Hamlets

Developer: Chalegrove Properties

Floors: 75

Height: 233m

Residential units: 822 residential units | 162 serviced apartments

Vauxhall, Nine Elms & Battersea by night.

An evening of long exposure along the north bank, of the Thames taking in some of its most recent additions.

The high end residential developments lining the Albert Embankment
Tintagnel House and 88 Albert Embankment (Charity Towers)
St Georges Wharf and The Tower
Recent additions to the Nine Elms skyline
The recently opened Embassy for the United States.
Battersea Power Station and Phase 1 (Circus West)
The VNEB opportunity area by night
Chelsea Waterfront and the disused Lots Road Power Station

22 Bishopsgate

Construction update of the tallest of the many towers being built in the Square Mile.

Old Broad Street
Leadenhall Street
Bank Junction
Queen Victoria Street

Project Information

Address: 22 Bishopsgate, London, EC3

Architect: PLP Architecture

Developer: Axa Real Estate and Lipton Rogers

Floors: 62

Height: 278m

Ward: Lime Street

Office floorspace: 1,291,700 sq ft

Public Realm: Public viewing gallery at the top and improved access from Bishopsgate to St Mary’s Axe