CTBUH Chapter Event

CTBUH UK FLC Presents: Newfoundland and One Park Drive Building Tour

Wednesday, 30 November 2022 | Reuters Plaza, Canary Wharf | London

Join us for a tour of Canary Wharf's and Wood Wharf's landmark buildings with Vertus, Canary Wharf's in house residential leasing team.

The tours will take place simultaneously and attendees will tour one of the 2 buildings. Selection will be random, unless otherwise specifically requested. Meeting point will be Reuters Plaza, London.



Rising 58 storeys above the River Thames, Newfoundland comprises 636 stylish apartments ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms. The spacious apartment interiors have been beautifully designed by Johnson Naylor and show apartments dressed by award winning Angel O’Donnell. What sets Newfoundland apart as the pinnacle of the BtR sector, is its stunning Club Vertus amenity spaces, which span 13,000 sq. ft. Residents enjoy access to a stylish, yet cosy residents’ lounge area which features automatic wine dispensers, coffee machines and games such as a shuffleboard.


One Park Drive

One Park Drive is London’s first residential tower by Herzog & de Meuron and represents the best of Canary Wharf as the private estate develops into a new destination for London. One Park Drive is not just a unique piece of architecture but something that will set the standard for everything to follow.

It is a single harmonious building, however, its 58 storeys are made up of three typologies, each with its own distinct characteristics. The lower floors contain the Loft apartments - some of One Park Drive's largest apartments. With high ceilings and wrap-around terraces, they are designed to make the most of the connection to both the green spaces and the waterfront. The Cluster forms the heart of the building. It is the typology that contains the greatest variety of apartments. The lower levels are connected with the parks and the water, the higher floors with the sky. The upper floors contain the Bay apartments. They have double-height terraces which are set back into the building. Their design is focused on maximising light and the views across London.