Dollar Bay

LONDON E14

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Dollar Bay delivered 115 studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses in Canary Wharf. Unhindered by neighbouring buildings, Dollar Bay's prime location at the foot of the South Dock makes for spectacular - unmatched views.

A RARE COMMODITY IN LONDON'S FINANCIAL HEART

Introducing Dollar Bay; the bold and beautiful future of high-end tower living by Mount Anvil and Citystyle Homes overlooking London's prestigious financial district in Canary Wharf.

Designed by international award-winning SimpsonHaugh, Dollar Bay rises like two perfectly balanced crystals from the water’s edge, the development's stunning glass facade reflecting the ever-changing light. Informed by a strong, contemporary design concept, Dollar Bay is a striking, iconic addition to London's impressive skyline.

 

KEY FEATURES:

  • Waterside views of South Dock or River Thames
  • 115, studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments for private sale
  • Uninterrupted vistas across the East and West of London
  • Winter gardens in every apartment
  • Residents' only garden, gym & lounge
  • Parking available at an additional cost

Please see our full list of specification highlights for Dollar Bay.

Internationally-acclaimed

Architects

SimpsonHaugh

Uninterrupted Views

A Rare Commodity

Overlooking Canary Wharf

News and Views

The development that keeps on winning

Dollar Bay gave us some more proud moments at last week’s London Planning Awards where it fended off some serious competition to pick up awards in two categories. Read more below.

It's #WorldMentalHealthDay and we hosted four workshops on mindfulness, optimism, stress reduction and recognising… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

98% of customers recommend us

2017 independent survey results (In-House Surveys).

Dollar Bay Partners

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