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Wharfside living

Crystal Wong

Friday, March 08, 2013

Baltimore Tower will soon be joining the vibrant Canary Wharf area and become the epitome of modern luxury living.

The development is located in the prime area of the Docklands, and is in close proximity to Crossharbour DLR station, and from there, the rest of the city is all within easy reach.

From a thriving shopping scene at Heron Quays, where you can find both the rarest gems and designer garments, to a quiet stroll along the River Thames and a visit to the Unesco World Heritage Site of Maritime Greenwich, residents can choose to experience everything at their own pace.

In addition to the Crossharbour DLR station, which is just a few minutes walk away, residents can also take a short stroll to Canary Wharf and hop on to the Jubilee Line to reach the other bustling hubs in town.

For example, Waterloo in nine minutes, Westminster in 11 minutes and Bond Street in 15 minutes.

Alternatively, residents can choose to travel farther by the Thames Clipper, the river bus service that whisks you away to the other end of the stunning skyline of London.

The metropolitan way of life also needs a world-class design to match.

With exclusivity and opulent lifestyle in mind, the 45-story property, designed by world-renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, will be a landmark in the area, thanks to its flowing curved design.

The double-height reception foyer leads residents and guests to the residential lobby. The first two floors are dedicated to parking, a st
ate-of-the-art health and fitness complex, private lounge, bar and large screen cinema room.

Crowned as London's largest residential gym, The Club can only be enjoyed by the privileged few.

Spread across two floors, the well- equipped complex houses a 25-meter swimming pool, cardio suite, boxing area, climbing apparatus, steam room, sauna and spa pool and ice fountain, just to name a few.

As you move your way up, each of the one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments comes with a glass-walled balcony providing picturesque views of the city.

The lavish interiors include bespoke kitchens that are designed by Robin Hage, in which all specifications and finishes are second to none.

Baltimore Tower embraces both the convenience of the city and a sophisticated lifestyle in one of the most highly desirable cities in the world.

Baltimore Tower

Address Crossharbour, London E14

Layouts One, two, three bedrooms

Developer Galliard Homes


Date March 8-10

Venue The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 7/F, Tian & Di Rooms, 15 Queen's Road Central, The Landmark, Central

Inquiries Mei Wong 3759-0918

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