Manhattan Loft Gardens is a 42-storey 143m (469ft)-tall apartment building in Stratford, London. The architects and structural engineers are Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Manhattan Loft Gardens is Manhattan Loft Corporation’s most groundbreaking project yet. An extraordinary double-cantilevered tower of expansive living spaces, three sky gardens, two restaurants and a design hotel. Superbly situated between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Stratford International Station, Manhattan Loft Gardens will shape the next generation of loft-living surrounded by some of the most iconic cultural institutions in the country – from the V&A and Saddler’s Wells to UCL and London College of Fashion.
New homes for rent and shared ownership at East London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Stratford City is the name given to the urban community centred on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Based on Stratford Regional and Stratford International railway stations, it includes the IQL (International Quarter London), a joint venture between Lend Lease and London and Continental Railways (LCR) to create a £2 billion commercial and residential development, the Westfield shopping centre, Chobham Academy, and the East Village, previously the athletes’ village constructed by Lend Lease for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Stratford at Manhattan Loft Gardens.
One Blackfriars is a mixed-use development at No. 1 Blackfriars Road in Bankside, London. It is informally known as The Vase due its shape. The development is made up of a 52-storey tower of a maximum height of 170 m and two smaller buildings of six and four storeys respectively. Uses include residential flats, a hotel and retail.
Stratford City is a mixed-use development project in Stratford, East London. The main developers are the Westfield Group and Lend Lease and is north of Stratford town centre. Stratford City is the name given to the urban community centred on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.