It’s easy to see why Three Waters has generated so much interest. With London’s epicentre shifting east the development is ideally placed to take advantage of a unique lifestyle, huge local investment and one of the capital’s most buoyant, fast-growing rental markets.
Three Waters sits on the river’s edge where three London waterways meet – Bow Creek, the River Lea and the Limehouse Cut – and will deliver over 300 apartments, ranging from intelligently designed studio apartments to generous three-bedroom homes.
While the development’s architecture nods subtly to an industrial heritage of waterfront warehouses and wharves, its apartments and amenities are crisp, contemporary and immaculately finished. Three Waters offers calming living spaces full of natural light, interiors by award-winning design house SUNA, and a private cinema-style residents’ screening room and social area.
And always the three waters – creek, river and canal – provide a slow-flowing, ever-changing backdrop to life here. Every aspect of Three Waters’ apartments, gardens and private rooftop terrace is designed to make the most of the development’s far-reaching views over the water, riverside parks and the City beyond.
With huge investment and infrastructure improvements imminent for Bromley-by-Bow, and the unveiling of the East Bank masterplan – a £1.1bn new cultural and educational quarter which will bring the BBC, Sadler’s Wells theatre and a brand-new V&A to nearby Stratford – it’s a very exciting time for homeowners and investors to be buying riverside on Bow Creek.
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