Located a stone’s throw from London’s bustling Old Street district, it is unusual to find such a pocket of calm alongside the secluded canal. Somewhere that offers tranquil and traffic-free walking, jogging or cycling along historic towpaths and walkways.
Everything is within easy reach – the fabled Square Mile, countless restaurants, bars and boutique hotels. This part of the city has become an urban form of Silicon Valley, with a London twist.
Perfectly located in London's most creative and engaging district including hotspots Shoreditch and Hoxton - which are regularly compared to New York’s Meatpacking District, where an influx of high end boutiques, restaurants and bars gather together to form one of London’s coolest and fashionable neighbourhoods.
Every world city has a creative and cultural heartbeat. As Greenwich Village and TriBeCa have at times been to New York, and the Rive Gauche to Paris, so N1 is to London.
City Wharf is ideally placed within easy walking distance of the gleaming skyscrapers of London’s financial heart and business district, The City. Numerous transport links in every direction extend to further parts of London, major airports and stations and Old Street tube station provides access to London Liverpool Street in 7 minutes.
Old favourites and fashionable newcomers. Food from all corners of the world. Jamie Oliver headed to N1 with his groundbreaking ‘restaurant as social enterprise’ concept, with good reason. This is where the pioneers of the restaurant world want to prove themselves.
Whatever your tastes, there’s something here for you. Showcasing both sophisticated craft ales and the timelessness of the Great British Pub, the likes
of the Wenlock Arms, the Eagle and the Narrowboat are welcoming to all.
Living at City Wharf allows you to make most of what London has to offer. For film buffs, there’s Screen on the Green in Islington where you can swap your soft drink for a glass of red wine and a slice of freshly made pizza.
Up close, London becomes a collection of villages, each with its own special character. The area has always been famed for its independent stores but over the past decade, the area has grown into a shopping destination to rival the traditional spending meccas of the West End.