Combining brilliant architecture, breathtaking views and sophisticated living accommodation, New Capital Quay provides a dynamic fusion of exclusive apartments attracting owner/occupiers, investors and tenants alike. Surrounded by water on three sides, many of the properties enjoy panoramic views of the magnificent River Thames from their private balcony terraces, together with high specification interiors. Designed to bring the Butlers Wharf lifestyle to Greenwich, residents of this dramatic riverside development will enjoy every modern convenience on their doorstep. With an array of restaurants, bars and retail outlets, in addition to the UK’s second largest branch of Waitrose, New Capital Quay is set to become a cosmopolitan new waterside village for Greenwich. Perfectly situated within five minutes’ walk from historic Greenwich and Cutty Sark DLR station, no location could be better for enjoying the river, travelling to work and experiencing London’s rich maritime history.
Londoners love Greenwich and no wonder; this UNESCO World Heritage Site has it all. Best known for its maritime history, not only is Greenwich the centre of international time but it is also home to the restored Cutty Sark Clipper, the former Royal Naval College, the Royal Observatory and beautiful Greenwich Park - famous for its breathtaking views across the Capital. With its treasure trove of historic buildings, a busy and cosmopolitan town centre packed with lively restaurants, bars and pubs, as well as a great range of shops and market stalls, Greenwich truly offers the full lifestyle package.
New Capital Quay offers a convenient London Transport Zone 2 location. Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich DLR station is within a five minute walk, putting you on a direct line to Canary Wharf and the interchange for the Jubilee Line which connects to the City, West End and beyond.
Key destinations from Cutty Sark Maritime Greenwich
|Canary Wharf||11 minutes|
|London City Airport||27 minutes|
|London Bridge||28 minutes|
|Bond Street||36 minutes|
|Kings Cross St Pancras||39 minutes|