|Only a minutes’ walk from our office in South Quay, Pan Peninsula in our opinion, is one of Canary Wharf’s most spectacular waterside residential developments. Developed by Ballymore, construction of the 762 apartments started in 2005 and completed in 2009.|
The East Tower is 147m, 48 storeys high, 356 units.
|The towers are linked by a reception area containing a concierge foyer, 20,000 sq ft multi-floor gym, magnificent private cinema and 150 cover waterside signature terraced restaurant.|
|The tops of the towers are designed to bear a resemblance to ‘lanterns’, inspiration from the Far East. The development has striking LED lighting features that are visible on the Canary Wharf skyline and gradually change colour.|
|The 48th floor of the tallest tower (The East Tower) houses a stylish cocktail bar called The Attic which is open to residents, their guests and the public and offers inspiring views of the River Thames, o2 Arena and One Canada Square.|
|Residents residing on ‘premier floors’ (31st and above in the East Tower) benefit from exclusive access to the Sky Lounge, Business Centre, conference room facilities and a library.|
According to the Zoopla Zed-Index the change of property values in Pan Peninsula from over 5 years ago has increased by 31% (approx. £146,123).
|The last one bedroom apartment Vanet sold in Pan Peninsula was in July 2014 for £570,000 (full asking price).|
|In 2006, the top penthouse was priced at £10,000,000!|
|For buy-to-let investors, Pan Peninsula continues to be an attractive development for domestic and international prospective tenants.|
|At Vanet, we are currently letting studio apartments on average from £375 per week, one beds from £435 per week and 3 beds from £1800 per week. Applicant levels for Pan Peninsula are at an all-time high.|
|Pan Peninsula is a truly eye catching London landmark and continues to attract overseas investors and tenants.|