Tower and land­scape ser­vice are launched

Part­ner­ship is keen to stress its eco­log­i­cal cre­den­tials as 199 flats go on sale,

The Wharf - - Property - writes Jon Massey Go to war­dian­lon­

EcoWorld Bal­ly­more has un­veiled a dou­ble launch for its South Quay de­vel­op­ment War­dian. Homes at the scheme’s West Tower went on sale on Fri­day, April 22, with 199 units avail­able.

The de­vel­op­ment part­ners also launched The Gar­dener, an in­door and out­door land­scap­ing ser­vice for res­i­dents.

Lo­cated just across West In­dia South Dock from Ca­nary Wharf, apart­ments at War­dian all fea­ture pri­vate out­door space, up to 32.2sq m in size.

The Gar­dener will pro­vide a se­lec­tion of plant pack­ages for these as will as apart­ment in­te­ri­ors, will main­tain them and also have a florist on-site.

The West Tower also fea­tures the Western Gar­den – a four-storey area of the western side of the build­ing.

Land­scape ar­chi­tect on the project Huw Mor­gan said: “The launch of the West Tower de­servedly brings green­ery to the fore and spear­heads the move­ment for Lon­don to en­gage fur­ther with its green space.

“With our part­ners, we are of­fer­ing cus­tomis­able gar­dens to each res­i­dent to add to the hun­dred dif­fer­ent ex­otic species of plants and flow­ers across the de­vel­op­ment. War­dian Lon­don truly man­ages to be a re­treat in the mid­dle of east Lon­don’s beat­ing heart.”

The de­vel­op­ers have en­listed Black­down Hor­ti­cul­ture to de­sign in­no­va­tive “flat-pack gar­dens” avail­able to all buy­ers in­spired by the War­dian cases used by trav­ellers to re­cover spec­i­mens and trans­port them home. Res­i­dents also get ac­cess to The War­dian Club, of­fer­ing a range of fa­cil­i­ties.

Bal­ly­more will con­tinue to man­age the de­vel­op­ment af­ter com­ple­tion pro­vid­ing, amongst other ser­vices, a 24-hour concierge.

The firm’s UK man­ag­ing di­rec­tor John Mul­ryan said: “This launch fi­nally marks the day that our vi­sion of out­side-in liv­ing fully comes to life.

“We are known for cre­at­ing won­der­fully live­able spa­ces and, with The Gar­dener we are not just de­liv­er­ing an ideal but a life­style.

“War­dian Lon­don re­flects Natha­nial Ward’s spirit of ad­ven­ture and our own ground-break­ing am­bi­tions – this project will ce­ment our rep­u­ta­tion of pro­duc­ing un­ri­valled, unique prod­ucts.”

Bal­ly­more has ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in east Lon­don, hav­ing com­pleted a num­ber of prop­erty de­vel­op­ments near to Ca­nary Wharf in­clud­ing Prov­i­dence Tower, New Prov­i­dence Wharf, Lon­don City Is­land and Pan Penin­sula.

War­dian is lo­cated a three-minute walk from Cabot Square, with both tow­ers com­pris­ing 624 suites, apart­ments and pent­houses in two tow­ers ris­ing to 50 and 55 storeys, de­signed by Glenn How­ells Ar­chi­tects.

The first res­i­dents are ex­pected to move in dur­ing 2019.

Homes at War­dian start at £499,000 for a suite.

Case by case: An artist’s im­pres­sion of how a bla­cony at War­dian will look when com­pleted

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