Skyline Launches Its New Iconic Canary Wharf Development

The leading serviced apartment provider Skyline has announced the imminent launch of what is being described as the most prestigious new development to date in London’s hugely popular Canary Wharf district.

Scheduled to open in April, Arena Tower is a newly built 45 storey residential skyscraper that boasts an innovative and dynamic contemporary appearance designed by the world-famous architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.

Visible right across the city, the curvaceous building soars some 450 feet above the capital and boasts a 24-hour concierge, gym, pool, spa, valet parking, café and restaurant among its world-class services and amenities.

Skyline’s Arena Tower portfolio consists of 50 apartments distributed between executive suite units, each of 35 m2, and one bedroom apartments measuring 55 m2, all impressively furnished. All are designed to maximise the available space and natural light and have cantilevered private balconies complementing their subtly curving shape and air of understated luxury.

Oak veneer wooden flooring, programmable mood lighting and kitchens designed by Rabih Hage and equipped with Smeg appliances add to the elegant ambience.

Skyline CEO Thiago Hahn, said, “Skyline’s involvement in such a prestigious project as the Arena Tower development is indicative of our company’s commitment to becoming a major force in its field while continuing to offer the finest choice of serviced apartment options to our clients and potential clients. The stylish and highly desirable units in this bold new building are a clear indicator of our desire to be the future of high quality corporate accommodation.”

With properties in Lincoln Plaza, Charrington Tower, and Pepper Street, Skyline have become the preeminent serviced apartment provider in the Canary Wharf and Docklands area.

With Arena Tower as its flagship property, Skyline’s Canary Wharf expansion will certainly consolidate the company’s position at the forefront of its field.

 

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